A new report from the International Labour Organization said it would cost around ten trillion US dollars to eradicate both extreme and moderate poverty in the next 15 years. That works out at $600bn dollars a year between now and then.
A report by the UN children's agency UNICEF has revealed the high level of child poverty in the first world. Germany was ranked among the best scoring countries while child poverty in the US was above the global average.
President Donald Trump has officially announced that the US will leave the Paris Agreement. What does that mean for the Green Climate Fund, which helps developing countries adapt to climate change? DW explains.
There are 7.5 billion people on Earth, with 150 people being added to that every minute. July 11 is World Population Day, a UN-designated event focusing on resource distribution, overcrowding and the future.
The Dutch government is planning to set up a fund to finance safe abortions in developing countries. The move comes after US President Donald Trump halted US funding for such programs.
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