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Disabled young people living on poverty-level benefits rises 300% in Australia
The number of young people with disabilities in Australia surviving on below-the-poverty-line welfare benefits has “exploded” by more than 300% over the past decade, new data reveals.
UK, with severe poverty woes, hard to sustain global influence
When a country has more than 1.5 percent of all households living in destitution and one-third of children under five living below the poverty line, should the country still deserve the title of a "major power"?
Poverty alleviation, a solemn promise fulfilled by Chinese leadership
With its fundamental purpose of serving the people heart and soul, the Communist Party of China (CPC) has been devoted to leading the nation towards building a moderately prosperous society in all respects, and has helped it achieve miraculous results in reducing poverty.
No poverty reduction in Fiji over last six years
The Fiji Bureau of Statistics (FBS) released its preliminary report on the 2019-20 Household Income and Expenditure Survey (HIES) which indicates no poverty reduction has been in Fiji over the last six years.
Fighting poverty, inequality should be top priority in EU
The citizens of the European Union consider that the fight against poverty and social inequalities should be the main priority of the union and the Portuguese are the ones who desire it most, reveals a survey.
Brazil begins 2021 with highest number of people in extreme poverty in a decade
With the end of emergency aid in December, Brazil started 2021 with a significant increase in the extreme poverty rate.
Climate change to increase poverty across world: Expert
The negative effects of climate change will exacerbate poverty across the globe, a Turkish academic said.
Pandemic highlights hidden poverty in wealthy Japan
Yuichiro welled up as he collected a food parcel at a Tokyo outreach event offering help to the growing number of Japanese pushed into poverty by the coronavirus pandemic.
Fight against extreme poverty helps nearly 92 million people: World Bank
Targeted efforts to improve the income of the world’s poorest households are benefitting nearly 92 million people across 75 countries, according to a World Bank study.
COVID has worsened inequality even as the rich thrive: Oxfam
It could take more than 10 years for the world’s poorest people to recover from the economic fallout of the ongoing COVID-19 induced pandemic, according to a new report published on Monday by Oxfam International, urging governments to act fast and “set concrete, time-bound targets to reduce inequality.”
In tough year, China makes decisive progress in ending absolute poverty
A skilled baker with seven years of experience, Abudujilil Tuhtey can make 500 to 600 pieces of naan every day. It's a staple food popular in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.

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