Asian Institute of Poverty Alleviation


Development initiative , livelihood programmes, aid remain a crucial focus to reduce the burden of poverty, quality of human life, citizen’s participation and governance. Traditional concepts of development are no longer suited to the present development landscape. To create new opportunities for economic growth and to raise the standard of life of vulnerable communities all development organizations, foundations, government bodies are raising their points for proposing innovative ways to fight poverty and build community assets.

AIPA conducts analysis to find out what works in development assistance, what does not and why. The team members strive to understand the perspectives of those affected by development aid and other initiatives to judge the merit of projects and programmes. Looking beyond traditional development interventions, the institute’s aim is to identify key internal and external factors for economic, social development through effective participation.

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