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Our latest research and analysis on achieving the first Sustainable Development Goal of ending extreme poverty worldwide.

  1. World Food Programme cash assistance in Lebanon: social cohesion between Syrian refugees and host communities

    Research reports

  2. World Food Programme cash assistance in Lebanon: protection outcomes for Syrian refugees

    Research reports

  3. ‘What works’ to protect children on the move: five insights from across the globe

  4. Pushing people further into poverty: the impact of Covid-19 in lower- and middle- income countries

  5. Leave No One Behind in progress to the Sustainable Development Goals: priority actions for governments by 2020

    Research reports

  6. Global Reset: inequality and time for a new social contract


  7. Rapid evidence assessment: what works to protect children on the move?

    Research reports

  8. Social protection response to Covid-19 and beyond: lessons learned for adaptive social protection


  9. World's wealthiest increasingly putting national interest before altruism when allocating aid

    Press Release

  10. Financing the reduction of extreme poverty post-Covid-19

    Briefing/policy papers

  11. Anti-discrimination policies are a step towards anti-racism and inclusivity

  12. China and global development: eight things to read in September

  13. Shaping the macro-economy in response to Covid-19: a responsible economic stimulus, a stable financial sector and a revival in exports


  14. Is it time for universal child benefits?


  15. FAQ 3: oil and gas, poverty, the environment and human rights

  16. FAQ 2: oil and gas, poverty and economic development

  17. FAQ 1: oil and gas, poverty and energy access

  18. FAQs on oil, gas and poverty


  19. Universal child benefits, critical in reducing poverty, only offered in 1 in 10 countries worldwide, new ODI and UNICEF report finds

    Press Release

  20. Four ways to prevent the Sustainable Development Goals becoming a casualty of Covid-19 responses