The distribution of poverty is changing: who’s living on $1.25 a day?
Since 1990, more than 700 million people have risen from extreme poverty (living on US$1.25 a day or less), but more than 1 billion people remain extremely poor today. And 1 in 3 of them are children.
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Learn more about the State of The Poor [PDF Report, 2MB]
Where Did the World’s Youth Live in 2012?
Today, the world has the largest youth population in history. There are more than 1.2 billion young people between the ages of 15 and 24, and 90% of them live in developing countries like Sierra Leone.
Find out where the world’s youth lived in 2012.
MDG Countdown: Crunch the Numbers
With fewer than 1,000 days left until the 2015 deadline for countries to reach the Millennium Development Goals, how are we doing? You can see for yourself with this interactive data visualization.