The Number of People in Extreme Poverty Has Been Cut In Half Since 1990.
Could An End To World Poverty Be Near?
One particular area that is fascinating to look at is poverty.
In absolute terms, the total amount of people living in extreme poverty peaked in 1970 when 2.2 billion of the world’s 3.7 billion people lived on less than $1.25 per day.
Today, in an astonishing reversal, only 0.7 billion of 7.3 billion people are below this poverty-line worldwide.
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