Ending Extreme Poverty Will Require Aid Commitments, Strategic Shifts, Better Data Collection, Report Says

The Guardian: Global goal of ending extreme poverty will hinge on fresh thinking, says study
“…[E]xtending the gains made since the MDGs were introduced in 2000 will require a firm commitment to official aid flows, a shift in national poverty reduction strategies, and a revolution in data collection, according to a new report on the SDGs and their possible impact. In Investments to End Poverty, the research group Development Initiatives says the headline goal of ending extreme poverty by 2030 will be more challenging than halving poverty…” (Chonghaile, 9/23).

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