Presentation on Lesson's from The Transfer Project - a collaboration between FAO, UNICEF and UNC's Population Center on cash transfer research - by UNICEF Innocenti's Frank Otchere at the Universal Child Grants Conference in Geneva 6-8 February 2019.
An easy-to-use guide to get you started with multidimensional poverty analysis
What is MODA? Why do we use it and HOW can you use it to measure multi-dimensional child poverty?
These guidance notes provide basic background and training to use MODA.
GLORI - The Global Longitudinal Research Initiative - is a research network of longitudinal researchers working on topics relevant for children. It has 31 members working in 41 countries. Learn more: https://www.unicef-irc.org/research/longitudinal-and-lifecourse-research-for-children/
A presentation from 27 June 2019 at the IAFFE Conference in Glasgow, Scotland by Elena Camilletti and Sarah Cook
International Association for Feminist Economists #IAFFE2019