Progress In Ending Poverty Under Threat As Africa’s Economies Slow Down

Global poverty has been on the run over the past two decades and a half, declining from 36 percent of world’s population in 1990 to below 10% today. Hard to believe, right?

Progress In Ending Poverty Under Threat As Africa’s Economies Slow Down
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