Info-graphic: Children living monetary and multidimensional poverty

The COVID 19 pandemic has significantly increased the monetary and multidimensional child poverty rates across several developing countries. The data investigated by UNICEF shows how 1 in 6 children worldwide are struggling to survive as a result of monetary circumstances. And it was predicted that in 2020, there would be a large increase in multidimensional poverty levels resulting from the pandemic. This information was shared by End Child Poverty.

This is the baseline of current data that exhibits how COVID 19 has impacted poor children and families.

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