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How to solve homelessness – lessons from around the world

There are an estimated 150 million homeless people worldwide. Some organizations are offering innovative solutions to the problem. Image: Unsplash/Jon Tyson

Sean Fleming

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Estimated number of homeless people in the US, by shelter status Image: Our World in Data
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