Public Lecture on Poverty and Shared Prosperity 2022: Correcting Course
Poverty and Shared Prosperity is a biennial series that reports on global trends in poverty and shared prosperity. Each report also explores a central challenge to poverty reduction and boosting shared prosperity, assessing what works well and what does not in different settings. By bringing together the latest evidence, this corporate flagship report provides a foundation for informed advocacy around ending extreme poverty and improving the lives of the poorest in every country in the world.
A Public Lecture has been organized aimed at highlighting the main findings of the PSPR2022 and subsequently stimulating an intellectual and policy debate around the implications of the findings on Kenya’s agenda to reduce poverty and promote equity.