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UK primary school children affected by hygiene poverty
Primary school children are arriving for their lessons unwashed and in dirty clothes because their parents cannot afford to buy washing powder, soap or shampoo, according to a survey by a UK charity.
Poverty forces Syrian refugee children into work
When 13-year-old Mounir fled Syria for Lebanon with his family after surviving a rocket strike that nearly killed them, he thought he would be safe. In fact, he had swapped one form of danger for another.
72 percent Zimbabweans living in poverty
Zimbabwe has been in economic decline since the late 1990s. In this economy, how many Zimbabweans live under the poverty datum line? A claim was made by opposition political party Build Zimbabwe Alliance, which ZimFact went out to fact check.
Claiming Social Security early could lead to poverty later in life
Claiming Social Security early may mean receiving income sooner in life, but also seeing less when you’re older and may need it more.
Half of world's children at risk of war, poverty, discrimination
"More than half the world's children start their lives held back because they are a girl, because they are poor or because they are growing up in a warzone," the report said.
Food security is a powerful weapon to defeat poverty
Africa is rising. But at the same time, Africa is the continent with the largest number of people, (390 million) living in extreme poverty. One in five people go to bed hungry every night.
Social welfare not enough to keep people out of poverty
Current social welfare rates are not sufficient to keep Irish people out of poverty, even after the latest budget increases, a new report said.
Over 12% of Slovaks threatened by poverty in 2017
A total of 650,000 Slovaks (12.4 percent of the population) were threatened by poverty last year, the TASR (the News Agency of the Slovak Republic) wrote.
1/3 of Americans living above poverty can’t afford a middle-class lifestyle
There’s a lot of encouraging economic news these days in the US: GDP is recovering steadily from the recession years; unemployment is at the lowest level in almost a century; and wages are finally picking up.
Poverty may be bad for brain
Aging Baby Boomers have taken a variety of approaches to keep their cognitive abilities sharp, from meditation to specially designed games to (my personal favorite) eating chocolate.
80 percent of Zimbabweans to be condemned to poverty on retirement
The Zimbabwe Association of Pension Funds (ZAPF) have been accused of fueling poverty by failing to remit contributions.
A million more UK children in poverty than in 2010
The number of UK children growing up in poverty in working households will be a million higher than in 2010, a new study has found.

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