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Innovations in Methods and Data

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Innovations in Methods and Data

The emerging challenges facing the poor around the world are increasingly complex, and can be difficult to measure and track over time. Methodological advances are needed to generate and use novel data sources that can better inform the issues at play as well as improve the ability of governments and other stakeholders to monitor and measure the effectiveness of programs and policies that tackle these challenges.

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