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Momentum Oxford Jul 15
Extreme – where families are routinely unable to afford regular meals, wash clothes or provide their children with basic items such as beds and sheets – is becoming more common in the UK, according to frontline family support workers.
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Ruchira Chaturvedi Jul 11
UN Report: India registered the fastest absolute reduction in Multidimensional Poverty Index under govt. Btwn 2005-06 & 2015-16 India lifted 271 million out of , significantly reducing deprivations in cooking fuel, sanitation, nutrition..
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Bonus Eventus Jul 18
"4 Ways Could Eliminate Global ," by Isadora Savage
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Alexander Verbeek 🌍 Jul 19
🌍 These drone photos of cities around the world are visual proof of inequality
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Tongai C. Murombo 2h
Replying to @TheZimboGuy
#2. Our prime enemy is which is caused by which is a result of a few individuals abusing their political privileges and power. You and I are both victims of the system and the fight should never be against ourselves. We have one country and that's our prize.
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My Perspective 🔊 22h
We don't pay serious attention to the issue of poverty, because the powerful remain relatively untouched by it. Most people distance themselves from the issue by saying that if the poor worked harder, they wouldn't be poor..
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Rainbow Centre 13h
There is so much more to people than the tiny bit you see. No Judgement
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Ayanna Pressley Jul 13
Working on in coalition w/many advocates, formerly incarcerated & families impacted by mass incarceration. We need diversion prgms, treatment for etc. Many of these women have committed or crimes.
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Achim Steiner Jul 18
Editorial on 2019 emphasizes progress in reducing in all its forms. Our data & work on the ground helps learning around 🌍 about what works – making int’l cooperation critical!
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Damian from Brighton 12h
I am voting Labour at the next general election because will seriously invest in the UK’s infrastructure and housing. That will create well paid jobs and boost growth, which will in turn reduce . That is both a morally correct and economically sound programme.
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Khalid Hikmat Jul 15
The Government is here to serve you, Zabul Governor Mr. Rahmatullah Yarmal promised the & stricken families...
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stiff middle finger 16h
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Godgiveseverything Jul 18
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The King Center Jul 7
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Wes Regan 16h
Great discussions here today with ⁦⁩ and local business owners on & how local gov and private sector can work together better with civil society. With presentations from James of ⁦⁩ & Johanna of ⁦⁦
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World Poverty Project Jul 18
Today in we'll be going over what stands for Poverty is not just lacking the funds for necessities for medicine, food, water and shelter but much more Find more at
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Bożena Wielgoszewska 21h
I finished reading today. A must-read for everyone who thinks ill mental health, domestic abuse, and may be a choice. Thank you for the courage to share your experiences!
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SendFriend 21h
It’s estimated that over half of all flows go to areas, where & are concentrated. But do these payments actually have a major ? have shown that a 10% increase in remittance can reduce the poverty rate by almost 4%! 😮
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Amanda Wright Jul 19
A recent hard hat tour inspired me to sign up for . Could you please help me raise money for this wonderful cause? 🙏
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Replying to @KamalaHarris
To : If I told you to go back to California & clean up your cesspool State before you try to destroy the country with . That’s not , it’s expecting elected officials to have sanitary streets & housing for the
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