Is it really possible to end extreme poverty within a generation?
Despite the progress made, the number of people living in extreme poverty globally remains unacceptably high. And given global growth forecasts, poverty reduction may not be fast enough to reach the target of ending extreme poverty by 2030.
What the Fact? investigates
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