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Identifying The Poor in India: A Data Driven Analysis

by Anish Malpani11mJune 12th, 2020
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In India, in 2017, in India, 28% of the country's poor were estimated to be at least 374 million people. The UNDP has estimated India has a multidimensional poverty rate of 20%-25%. This is based on the fact that India has been growing economically economically, taking all that into consideration, which makes up 300 million people in the middle of the middle (at least pre-COVID), which comes up to 300 million in 2020. The World Poverty Clock estimates India has only 40 million extremely poor people right now.

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