COVID-19 Pandemic Could Severely Limit Already Slow Progress On Child Poverty, U.N./World Bank Study Shows

The Guardian: Progress in fight against child poverty could be wiped out by Covid, says report
“The world’s limited progress in tackling child poverty over recent years could be destroyed by the coronavirus pandemic, the U.N. and World Bank have warned. ‘Slow-paced, unequally distributed’ progress meant one in six children were living in poverty even before the pandemic, according to a joint study…” (Ahmed, 10/22).

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