UPPR has officially closed
As of 31 August 2015, The Urban Partnerships for Poverty Reduction (UPPR) has come to an end after 7 years of efforts towards alleviating urban poverty.
2014 UPPR Annual Report: Main Results
This report outlines UPPR’s approach towards reducing multi-dimensional urban poverty alongside its impact and achievements from January to December 2014.
WHAT DOES EMPOWERMENT MEAN FOR POOR URBAN WOMEN IN BANGLADESH?
Have you seen our latest video? Click on the image and watch it. We want more people and partners to hear what we learned from our women's empowerment studies. Help us spread the word and share it!
New Research Studies Available Online
UPPR has conducted various research studies on its key activities, as well as on additional areas pertaining to urban poverty reduction. Click on the image to view the recently published reports and studies
REVISITING MULTIDIMENSIONAL POVERTY IN UPPR TOWNS
Findings of the last Multi-dimensional Poverty Index (MPI) study show a further reduction in the poverty headcount of 12 UPPR town to 23.5 percent from 33.3 percent in 2013. Click on the photo and learn more from our findings!
This report is an overview of the achievements of 2014 towards delivering expected outcome & outputs and planning for the future of the urban poor