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Add up the populations of the US, Brazil and Russia. That's how many children live in poverty

Emma Savage, 6, runs with a balloon between tents at SHARE/WHEEL Tent City 3 outside Seattle, Washington October 13, 2015. SHARE and WHEEL describe themselves as self-organised, democratic organisations of homeless and formally homeless people which run several self-managed tent cities. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton PICTURE 23 OF 35 - SEARCH "STAPLETON TENTS" FOR ALL IMAGES - RTX1Z3JW

In 2016 a report found that 385m children were living on less than $1.90 a day (£1.46) per person. Image: REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

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