Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative

Founding Year: 2007



Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative
(2007; Oxford, UK; 56 staff;

The Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative is “an economic research and policy centre within Oxford University’s Department of International Development.” It aims to “build and advance a more systematic methodological and economic framework for reducing multidimensional poverty, grounded in people’s experiences and values.” Consequently, it strives to impact government policies to reduce poverty by providing them with the necessary insights.



Leadership: Sabina Alkire (Director)

Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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