Current Ongoing Projects

SPRI affiliated fellows are currently engaged in the projects listed below. For more specific details about select recent projects, please visit our portfolio page.

  • Lesotho: Multidimensional Child Poverty Analysis: Analysis and Capacity Development (UNICEF)
  • Bénin: Reference study on ARCH’s performance indicators in Bénin
  • Guinée: Multidimensional Child Poverty Analysis: Analysis and Capacity Development (UNICEF)
  • Swaziland: Multidimensional Child Poverty Analysis as input for SDG Baseline and Monitoring: Analysis and Capacity Development (UNICEF)
  • Ethiopia: Multidimensional Poverty Measurement Training using MODA – Multiple Overlapping Deprivation Analysis (UNICEF)
  • Rwanda: Multidimensional Child Poverty Analysis: Analysis and Capacity Development (UNICEF)
  • Zambia: Monetary and Multidimensional Child Poverty: Analysis and Capacity Development (UNICEF)
  • Cambodia: Child Monetary- and Multidimensional Poverty as input for SDG Baseline and Monitoring: Analysis and Capacity Development (UNICEF)
  • Morocco: Monetary and Multidimensional Child Poverty: Analysis and Capacity Development (UNICEF)
  • Cabo Verde: Child Multidimensional Poverty and Climate Change Risk Vulnerability (UNICEF/UNDP)
  • Libya: Development National Capacity Multidimensional Child Poverty Analysis

Since SPRI only recently became fully operational as an independent institute the majority of the projects above are contractually completed as EPRI projects; some were executed as individual projects of SPRI affiliated fellows, others are SPRI administered projects.

 

Past Projects

SPRI affiliated fellows have been involved in the following completed projects (client organisation in brackets):

  • State of Palestine SOP: Child Multidimensional Poverty with special Attention to Violence: Analysis and Capacity Development
  • Burundi: Monetary and Multidimensional Child Poverty: Analysis and Capacity Development (UNICEF)
  • Kenya: Monetary and Multidimensional Child Poverty: Analysis, Capacity Development and Qualitative Research (UNICEF)
  • Cameroon: Monetary and multidimensional Child Poverty: Analysis and training
  • All countries: Mapping of Social Protection Training and Programmes (GIZ)
  • Lao PDR: Child multidimensional poverty: analysis and local capacity building (UNICEF)
  • Tajikistan: Child multidimensional Poverty Analysis using MODA (Multiple Overlapping Deprivation Analysis (UNICEF)
  • Guinea Bissau: Child Multidimensional Poverty Study using CC-MODA (UNICEF)
  • West- and Central Africa: The Impact of Ebola in Sierra Leone, Guinée and Liberia on Children (UNICEF)
  • Kosovo (under UNSC res): Child Multidimensional Poverty among Children and among Children of the Roma, Askhali and Egyptian Population (UNICEF)
  • Botswana: Monetary and Multidimensional Poverty among Children and Households (UNICEF)
  • Morocco: Integrated Social Protection Mapping, Design, Advocacy and Policy Development (UNICEF)
  • Zimbabwe: Monetary- and Multidimensional Poverty among Children: Analysis and Capacity building (UNICEF)
  • Cote D’Ivoire: Introductory Chapter SitAn (Situation Analysis of Children and Women (UNICEF)
  • Togo: Monetary- and Multidimensional Poverty among Children (UNICEF)
  • Mongolia: Monetary- and Multidimensional Poverty among Children in Mongolia and in the Khuvsgul and Nalaikh Districts (UNICEF)
  • Benin: Child multidimensional Poverty Analysis using MODA (UNICEF)
  • Sierra Leone: The Costs of Ebola for the Education- and Health Sector (UNICEF)
  • Guinée: Development of the a National Social Protection Strategy (World Bank)
  • Thailand: Capacity Building and Preparatory Research on instruments and methodologies to monitor SDG 1.1 and 1.2
  • Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC): Child Deprivation by Age group (UNICEF)
  • Algeria: Monetary and Multidimensional Poverty Measurement Training and Development Project (UNICEF)
  • Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC): Evaluation of a Pilot with Educational Cash Transfers disbursed via Schools (UNICEF)
  • Guinée: The Situation Analysis (SitAn) for Children and Women (UNICEF)

Since SPRI only recently became fully operational as an institute most projects above were contractually completed as EPRI projects; some were executed as individual projects of SPRI affiliated fellows.

 

Pictured: Qualitative research field work in Kenya