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Rethinking poverty: New research looks at deprivation beyond income level

Posted by Lance Wallace, Georgia Institute of Technology Since social scientists and economists began measuring poverty, its definition has never strayed far from a discussion of income. Now, new research shows there are multiple components of poverty that more accurately describe a household’s economic condition. “Deprivation” is more than simply low income, says Shatakshee Dhongde. Almost […]

How a large program in India thinks about mentee risk

Written by Justin Preston   An organization providing one-to-one mentoring support to over 1,300 at-risk and underserved Indian youth and young adults, Mentor Together has years of experience working in five cities across India and online. Their efforts are aimed at providing empowering relationships to help adolescents and young adults achieve their goals and aspirations. […]