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statisticians and others. targeting. zoom in on sub-national regions. enabling users to see how poverty is experienced in different parts of the world. and how it is being used now.org. or explore the character of poverty by different indicators. MPI Data Tables . and training material for producing a global or national MPI. country-specific summaries on the results of the MPI analyses. A number of the briefings include data at the sub-national level. including how it came to be developed for publication in UNDP’s Human Development Report. Follow the links below to find out more. MPI FAQs: All your questions on MPI answered. lecture slides. MPI Map: An interactive world map that enables you to navigate the world according to either the MPI as a whole or by individual dimensions and indicators of MPI poverty.              MPI Country Briefings: Short. such as national poverty measurement. MPI Resources: MPI publications collected in one place. MPI Background: A brief history of the MPI. exercises and reading lists. its two components . including video and audio files.uk/multidimensional-poverty-index/ OPHI’s global MPI Data Bank contains a wealth of resources on multidimensional poverty in more than 100 developing countries. Making your own MPI: Adaptations of the global MPI for other purposes.and other indicators of multidimensional poverty for 663 regions of 65 countries.OPHI’s MPI Data Bank www. child poverty measurement and empowerment. including the key academic papers and exchanges. leading academics working on poverty measurement. MPI Data Tables – MPI at the Sub-national Level: This table reports the MPI. MPI Methodology: OPHI’s MPI methodological notes explain how the global MPI is calculated and shares the updates that have taken place since it was first reported in 2010. . Static maps are available for download and use in presentations. Online training portal: Resources on multidimensional measurement techniques. MPI Podcasts: A series of interviews with OPHI researchers.Main MPI Results: A table which presents the basic MPI results and sorts 104 countries from low to high. MPI Data Tables – MPI over Time: This table shows the value and confidence intervals for the main MPI results of 22 countries for which we have comparable data over time.ophi. strengths and challenges. MPI Case Studies: Stories of people who are poor according to the MPI in their country: their hopes.the Headcount Ratio and the Intensity of Deprivation among the poor .