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Never just a number: Evaluating the impact of a holistic approach to UK poverty

calendar02 October 2018

Today Christians Against Poverty (CAP) has launched the findings of London School of Economics (LSE) Housing and Communities' twelve-month research project detailing CAP’s Social Return of Investment. LSE’s research concludes that CAP’s approach is more intensive, personal and holistic than most approaches to poverty relief. For every £1 invested, CAP delivers £3.60 of social benefits. Read the full report and summary report here.

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