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It's possible to end extreme poverty by 2030 — but only if governments, businesses and philanthropists invest $350 billion extra per year.

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  1. Article: Bill & Melinda Gates Add Climate Change and Gender Equality to Foundation's Priorities

    Bill & Melinda Gates Add Climate Change and Gender Equality to Foundation's Priorities

    By Erica Sanchez  and  Brandon Wiggins|Feb. 10, 2020

    The foundation has mainly focused on global health, US education, and development. Read more

  2. Article: What You Need to Know About Fossil Fuel Divestment

    What You Need to Know About Fossil Fuel Divestment

    By Joe McCarthy|Feb. 7, 2020

    Divesting from fossil fuels makes sense environmentally and financially. Read more

  3. Article: 6 Facts About Billionaires You Definitely Need to Know

    6 Facts About Billionaires You Definitely Need to Know

    By James Hitchings-Hales|Feb. 5, 2020

    Our new campaign calls on billionaires to help the fight to end extreme poverty. Read more

  4. Article: Food Crisis in Zimbabwe Threatens Millions of Rural Children

    Food Crisis in Zimbabwe Threatens Millions of Rural Children

    By Brandon Wiggins|Jan. 28, 2020

    Extreme poverty is on the rise in Zimbabwe, which is still dealing with a food crisis. Read more

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