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Thursday, 19 July 2012

Aid donors to face difficult challenges by 2025

According to a recent report entitled Horizon 2025, and published by the Overseas Development Institute, by 2025, most of the world's poorest people will live in conflict-affected states in Africa, presenting serious challenges for aid donors who have traditionally focused on helping well-governed countries.
The reports points out that global poverty has declined and will continue to do so in middle-income countries (MICs) such as India and Vietnam.
As a result, even though currently MICs may have more poor people than the world's poorest countries, this will be a temporary phenomenon. By 2025, the number of poor people in MICs (using a poverty line of $2 a day) could be as low as 100 million out of a global total of 560 million.

Source: The Guardian