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Brazilians blame federal government for hunger and see employment as a way out of the problem

Published by O Globo in 09/09/2022

With the intention of listing priorities in attacking the problem of poverty, hunger and extreme poverty, O GLOBO invited the Institute for Mobility and Social Development (IMDS), an NGO based in Rio, to present the most urgent measures. The first is to aim to eliminate extreme poverty in the country in eight years.

— Brazil has enough resources to achieve this goal. It is not, technically speaking, a trivial goal, but it is achievable. It requires a well-designed policy and persistence – says IMDS CEO Paulo Tafner.

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