SPRI not only engages in executing monetary and multidimensional child poverty analyses, our team also trains specialists from national and international statistical services, research institutes and ministries to develop and carry out their own studies.

These training sessions are rooted in a sense of mutual trust and learning. The participating specialists are familiarized with the conceptual framework underlying a Multidimensional Overlapping Poverty Analysis (MODA) and acquire skills in applying it along with other approaches to measuring poverty. The SPRI team gains a deeper understanding of what it means to apply the frameworks and methodologies in the context of the countries they are working in.

The training sessions are designed to be lively, informative and productive, with everyone engaged in applied research. Once the training sessions are completed, participants and SPRI specialists often establish professional relationships to communicate on research projects and new challenges in the field.

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