Chronic Poverty Research Centre CPRC - UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) July 2008
Available online PDF [164p.] at: Whole Report
‘…..Over the last five years, in an era of unprecedented global wealth creation, the number of people living in chronic poverty has increased. Between 320 and 443 million people are now trapped in poverty that lasts for many years, often for their entire lifetime. Their children frequently inherit chronic poverty, if they survive infancy. Many chronically poor people die prematurely from easily preventable health problems.
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