The Global Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI) is an acute poverty index that covers more than 100 developing countries. The MPI includes three dimensions – health, education and living conditions – and ten indicators. In the final calculation, the dimensions all have the same weight as do the ten indicators. The MPI was developed by Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative in 2010 at Oxford University, and has since been published in the Global Human Development Report. On June 16th OPHI published the 2014 Global MPI results.
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