Here's how many people COVID-19 could push into poverty, according to the World Bank
The pandemic has had a profound impact on people living in poverty. Image: REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui
Nishant YonzanConsultant, Poverty and Inequality Unit, Development Data Group, World Bank
Christoph LaknerEconomist in the Poverty and Equity Global Practice, The World Bank.
Daniel Gerszon MahlerYoung Professional, Development Data Group, World Bank
R. Andres Castaneda AguilarEconomist, Development Data Group, World Bank
Haoyu WuConsultant, Poverty and Equity Global Practice
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