End Poverty Day 2020: Surmounting Setbacks
World Bank Live
This year – for the first time in over two decades – the extreme poverty rate will rise. In the coming decade, #COVID19, climate change, and conflict might push millions to the brink. Join us live on Oct. 17 for #EndPoverty Day.
For the first time in over two decades, to nobody’s surprise, the extreme poverty rate will rise in 2020. COVID-19, climate change, and conflict might wreck millions of lives in the next decade. I’m talking to some big global names on #EndPoverty Day
Pleased to join
in an online poverty event, ‘#EndPoverty Day 2020: Surmounting Setbacks’ during the
Annual Meetings- watch the replay here
World Bank Live
Welcome to our #EndPoverty Day event! Join our guests and team of experts on this #EndPoverty day. We’ll be streaming in English, Spanish, Arabic, and French — participate by sending in your questions during the show!
“While cities have been struck earlier and harder by #COVID19, cities are also going to be the engines for economic and human development – going forward” -
live on Oct. 17 for #EndPoverty Day. This year, the event will highlight the urgency of fighting global poverty, particularly in light of the setbacks caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, with a focus on the path toward a #ResilientRecovery.
We need to recognise the set-backs to progress on #EndPoverty Day. See more about the impacts of the #COVID19 pandemic shock & what needs to be done to support a #ResilientRecovery. Now live
On #EndPoverty Day, we’re highlighting the urgency of fighting global poverty –made more challenging with the #COVID19 pandemic, and must redouble efforts to accelerate action toward a #ResilientRecovery. Event