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IsDBI–OPHI Briefs No. 6: Exploring Multidimensional Poverty in Egypt using the Global MPI

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2022

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Islamic Development Bank Institute and Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative

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Islamic Development Bank Institute and Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative

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Islamic Development Bank Institute and Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative

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Islamic Development Bank Institute and Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative

ISBN

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Islamic Development Bank Institute and Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative

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Islamic Development Bank Institute and Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative

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The world has become more aware of the critical challenges that our interdependent world must confront if we are to enshrine a global community that honours the dignity and wellbe­ing of all people. We must reassess the global progress in poverty reduction in the last two decades in light of the current COVID-19 crisis. To fortify these gains, policymakers must invest in targeted, evidence-driven in­terventions to build back better.

This publication analyses the most recent trends in multidimensional poverty in Egypt, one of the 57 Member Countries of the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB), prior to the pandemic, which is essential both for understanding the previous progress made against pov­erty and for using this as a yardstick for the future. The brief also evaluates multidimensional poverty in the con­text of the worsening climate crisis, as well as the COV­ID-19 social protection and monetary policy responses, and other multidimensional poverty policy efforts put in place by the Government of Egypt.

Analysis of Egypt’s multidimensional poverty in the con­text of climate and COVID-19 risks shows that rural and urban populations faced different climate risks in the context of multidimensional poverty.

This report is the latest in a series of publications jointly produced by the IsDB Institute and the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI) to assess multidimensional poverty in IsDB Member Countries using the global multidimensional poverty index.

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The world has become more aware of the critical challenges that our interdependent world must confront if we are to enshrine a global community that honours the dignity and wellbe­ing of all people. We must reassess the global progress in poverty reduction in the last two decades in light of the current COVID-19 crisis. To fortify these gains, policymakers must invest in targeted, evidence-driven in­terventions to build back better.

This publication analyses the most recent trends in multidimensional poverty in Egypt, one of the 57 Member Countries of the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB), prior to the pandemic, which is essential both for understanding the previous progress made against pov­erty and for using this as a yardstick for the future. The brief also evaluates multidimensional poverty in the con­text of the worsening climate crisis, as well as the COV­ID-19 social protection and monetary policy responses, and other multidimensional poverty policy efforts put in place by the Government of Egypt.

Analysis of Egypt’s multidimensional poverty in the con­text of climate and COVID-19 risks shows that rural and urban populations faced different climate risks in the context of multidimensional poverty.

This report is the latest in a series of publications jointly produced by the IsDB Institute and the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI) to assess multidimensional poverty in IsDB Member Countries using the global multidimensional poverty index.

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