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More than 330 million children in extreme poverty, says UNICEF

  • The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a significant setback in the fight against child poverty, as it led to the abolition of extreme poverty for 30 million fewer children than predicted.
  • Currently, there are 333 million children living in extreme poverty, deprived not only of basic needs but also dignity, opportunity, or hope. Compounding crises such as COVID-19, conflict, climate change, and economic shocks have further stalled progress.
  • While extreme child poverty has been declining in all regions, sub-Saharan Africa still faces significant challenges, with 40 percent of children in the region living in extreme poverty. Rapid population growth, COVID-19, and climate-related disasters have exacerbated the situation.
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