Impact of Social Protection Programs on Multidimensional Poverty

We are happy to invite you to the Academic Keynote Speech of the 2024 Summer School on Multidimensional Poverty Measurement and Analysis organized by OPHI, Oxford University, and hosted by the FGSES, Mohammed VI Polytechnic University.

The seminar on the "Impact of Social Protection Programs on Multidimensional Poverty: New Targeting Approaches and Application to Morocco" will take place on Monday, July 8th at 5pm. It will include a presentation by Prof Touhami Abdelhalek and Prof Dorothee Boccanfuso, followed by comments from Ricardo Nogales, Research Associate at OPHI, and an open Q&A.

To attend the event, please fill out the registration form.

About OPHI :
The Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative is an economic research centre within the Oxford Department of International Development of the University of Oxford, aiming to build and advance a more systematic methodological and economic framework for reducing multidimensional poverty, grounded in people’s experiences and values. OPHI works towards this by broadening poverty measurement and by improving data on poverty.

This OPHI Summer School is an opportunity for worldwide participants to have a technical introduction, practical application and policy overview to multidimensional poverty measurement using the Alkire-Foster method.