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OPHI is an economic research centre at the University of Oxford working to broaden poverty measurement and improve data on poverty.
OPHI is an economic research centre within the Oxford Department of International Development at the University of Oxford. OPHI's mission is to reduce poverty by ensuring that policy is grounded in people's experiences and values. OPHI works toward this by: • Broadening poverty measurement. OPHI develops and implements multi-dimensional measures of poverty, well-being and inequality. These measures go beyond traditional one-dimensional approaches to incorporate dimensions such as health, education, living standards, quality of work and more innovative dimensions. • Improving data on poverty. OPHI has developed tools to measure five missing dimensions of poverty data that poor people value but which have been largely overlooked in international studies of poverty to date: Quality of Work, Empowerment, Physical Safety, The Ability to go About Without Shame and Psychological Wellbeing. •Building capacity. OPHI runs academic courses and technical training programmes on multidimensional poverty and human development, and collaborates with universities, development agencies, governments and other research institutions and policy makers using our work. •Impacting policy. OPHI's methodologies have been adopted by policy makers, including national governments and the United Nations Development Programme Human Development Report. OPHI's mission is to reduce poverty by ensuring that policy is grounded in people’s experiences and values. Our work is grounded in Amartya Sen's capability approach. OPHI works to implement this approach by creating real tools that inform policies to reduce poverty.
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