SDG 01: No Poverty

Why we can still end world poverty during coronavirus

Global poverty needs to continue to be a priority during COVID-19. Image: Reuters

Juan Manuel Santos

Conservation International Arnhold Distinguished Fellow, Former President of Colombia, 2016 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate

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The MPI estimate is based on harmonized indicator definitions for strict comparability over time.
The MPI estimate is based on harmonized indicator definitions for strict comparability over time. Image: Alkire, Kovesdi, Mitchell and others., 2020
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