Over the last decade, changes in LAC's poverty rate have been driven primarily by economic growth rather than changes in income distribution. This dashboard shows the main drivers of the changes in poverty in LAC and by country, under different lines, and for different indicators. A change in poverty can be driven by: (i) a change in average household income; and/or (ii) how that income is distributed. The drivers can be negative or positive, depending on whether they decrease or increase poverty, respectively. The magnitude of the number will be useful to compare which effect is more dominant than the other.