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Pranjal Singhal Aug 11
is changing the parameters analysing poverty in country. A high inequality has been noticed within countries and shockingly even within households.
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UN Development Aug 12
Half of the world's 1.3 billion people living in are children under the age of 18. Can data prevent a generation from being left behind? See our :
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ᴀᴅʀɪᴀɴᴀ ʜᴏʏᴏs ॐ Aug 17
reduced its rate from 55% to 28% in 10 yrs between 2006 & 2016, according to the , 271 million people moved out of poverty. India is still home to 364 million people living in
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UN Development Jan 26
There are 1.3 billion people living in across the world today. The offer a roadmap to address the root causes of inequality & poverty.
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Adriana Conconi Jul 3
Closing 3 energizing days of discussions at annual meeting. Many countries & agencies interested in joining forces to reduce and catalyze action . Thanks to the organizing team in for such a wonderful meeting
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Achim Steiner Jul 2
1.3 bil people live in . & reducing is enshrined in & recognizes the fundamental need for inclusion & empowerment of the most vulnerable. At a time of great global transformation, here is my message for the .
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Reno Omokri Jul 12
It took 16 years for previous governments to borrow ₦12 trillion. It took General 4 years to borrow ₦12. No new school, hospital, or road has been built since 2015. Meanwhile petrol almost doubled from ₦87 to ₦145. says Nigeria is in
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UN Development Jan 13
Job creation alone will not end poverty. We end poverty by addressing inequality through -based projects to improve access to ⚡️💧🚽🏥⚕️📚schools & affordable🏘️🚇. See how we tackle worldwide:
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Dr Felipe Roa-Clavijo Jul 18
Leaving no one behind, our event on at the . A fantastic line up of speakers from Colombia, Pakistan and India, with Professor James Foster and director, Sabina Alkire.
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UN Development Dec 17
Migration should be a choice, not a necessity. By addressing the root causes of & forced migration, nations can ensure safe & lawful migration & :
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UNDP Viet Nam Dec 18
Launching the 1st ever report in Viet Nam 🇻🇳 offers recommendations on how to close the poverty among geographical regions & population groups
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UN Development Jan 21
Poverty is more than income & jobs. It's access to affordable healthcare and nutritious food, decent wages, quality education, clean water, energy & more. We can't achieve the without addressing root causes of :
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Achim Steiner Jul 23
886 mil of ppl living in live in middle-income countries. In 🌍 that produces a new billionaire every 2 days, the rate 4 children is twice ⏫ as for adults. 2019 MPI w/ explores the realities of poverty:
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Pedro Conceicao Jan 30
Money can't buy everything that matters to people. The MPI, a non-income measure of deprivation, is crucial to assess progress in eliminating poverty in all its forms.
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Adetula Ife Aug 4
Replying to @DrCOmole
This is really accurate Great work sir!!
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United Nations India Jul 12
Out now! reduced the fastest, pulling 271 million people out of poverty from 2005/06 to 2015/16. Decline was faster among the bottom 40% of the population, underscoring GoI’s commitment to
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UN Development Feb 20
Poverty is more than just how much of your income goes into the cost of living. See how we address the root causes of through the :
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Ose Anenih Jul 13
Baba never even start work yet our poverty done enter 😂😂😂
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UN Development Aug 10
Children make up half of the 1.3 billion people facing worldwide. Our data identifies the root causes of inequality and poverty:
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Sabyasachi Saha Aug 7
holistically addressing as priority in the South, and imperative globally and risk factors - rich analytical exposition by Prof ,
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