Global Multidimensional Poverty Index 2018
Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative
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The 2018 global Multidimensional Pov-erty Index (MPI) is an internationally comparable measure of acute poverty for 105 countries, covering 5.7 billion people (approximately 77% of the global pop-ulation). It is a valuable complement to income poverty measures as the MPI cap-tures the simultaneous deprivations that each person experiences in ten indicators.
CitationOxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (2018). Global Multidimensional Poverty Index 2018: The Most Detailed Picture To Date of the World’s Poorest People, University of Oxford, UK
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