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The emergence of people-centred poverty measures in the late 1990s, first introduced by UNDP’s Human Development Report, was a hopeful sign that poverty analysis would be re-aligned with the human development paradigm. But progress has been slowed by ambiguities. Moreover, some recent efforts have tried to redefine human poverty in income-poverty terms.