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Extreme Poverty Hits Children The Hardest: Report

The world is failing impoverished kids. Although the rate of extreme poverty is declining worldwide, children are disproportionately impacted, according to two new reports. The number of people living in extreme poverty ? or on less than $1.90 a day ? has declined, per a report the World Bank released Sunday. In 2013, the year with the latest comprehensive data, 767 million people worldwide were living in extreme poverty, down from 881 million the previous year.
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