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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.
42% of southwest Alaska's children live in poverty
Forty-two percent of children in Southwestern Alaska live below the federal poverty line. That’s according to a new study by the Alaska Children’s Trust, a non-profit organization focused on preventing child abuse and neglect.
20.7m minors living in poverty in Mexico
As many as 20.7 million children in Mexico live in poverty.
Peru poverty rate rises for first time in 16 years
Peru’s poverty rate increased last year for the first time since 2001, rising one percentage point to 21.7 percent, according to government data published.
Childhood poverty in US cost over $1 trillion in 2015
Childhood poverty cost $1.03 trillion in 2015, about 5.4 percent of the gross domestic product of the US, according to a new study.
British working-class students face poverty
"Sometimes I didn't have money for lunch," said second-year university student Selina Anderson.
Poverty, not climate change, remains world's deadliest problem
What's the biggest, deadliest threat the world faces today? How a person answers that question reveals a lot about them.
Defusing Europe’s poverty time bomb
The poor don’t often decide elections in the advanced world, and yet they are being wooed heavily in Italy’s current electoral campaign. Former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, the leader of Forza Italia, has proposed a ‘dignity income’, while Beppe Grillo, the comedian and shadow leader of the Five Star Movement, has likewise called for a ‘citizenship income’.
Latin America focuses on attacking pockets of rural poverty
Identifying territories where rural poverty is most entrenched in Latin America and the Caribbean to apply new tools and innovative policies to combat hunger is the new strategy that will be discussed at a ministerial meeting to be held in early March.
More people in Sweden at risk of poverty
Fresh statistics suggest that more and more Swedes are at risk of poverty, with youths, single parents and non-native Swedes representing the bulk of those falling below the EU threshold.
Poverty rates surge among UK children of public sector worker parents
Rates of poverty among children of public sector workers in the UK have surged since 2010 following the government’s pay restrictions and in-work benefit cuts, new analysis showed.
Tackling poverty in Wales a must
Poverty in Wales must be tackled urgently if the high number of suicides in deprived areas is to be lowered, according to Samaritans Cymru a non-profit organization in Cardiff, Wales

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