SDG 01: No Poverty

Eradicating global poverty could be as simple as donating 0.1% of GDP - so why haven't we done it yet?

Extreme poverty

Extreme poverty affects 10% of the global population. Image: Unsplash

Andy Sumner
Fellow, King's College London
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If measured using the World Bank’s definition of extreme poverty, global poverty has fallen. Image: Authors' estimates based on World Bank data
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