The International Day for the Eradication of Poverty is October 17, and while we have long recognized the day's significance, this year is special. This year, it comes against a backdrop of world leaders, civil society, and everyday people joining together behind a bold call: an end to extreme poverty. Not in 100 years. Not in 50. But by 2030.
It is possible. We have made enormous progress: Extreme poverty rates in the developing world are half what they were just two decades ago.
Extreme poverty is an unacceptable problem – but not an intractable one. Join us to make our generation the one that ends extreme poverty: interaction.org/povertyday.
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