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Extreme poverty, who it affects and how, differs from country to country, as do the drivers of poverty and the solutions for helping people out of that poverty. Our work focuses on eight countries across Africa, South and South-East Asia: Ethiopia, Madagascar, Mozambique, Tanzania, Bangladesh, India, Nigeria, and Myanmar.

In each of these countries, we work with national networks to bring together experience and expertise to develop and strengthen new and existing data, evidence and insights. We will also pilot different tools with the researchers, policymakers, and institutions of our focus countries to design together solutions that work to help people out of extreme poverty.

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