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Submitted by f-f-a.info on

I understand that the $ 66 billion a year is the amount needed assuming 100% accuracy in need. Of course, we have a problem with accuracy. Note in Table 4: 62.5 - 81.2% of it was off target. I wonder where the last item - Household - 0% outside the aim. Was it a tip? In any case, Table 2 shows that in practice remains to be done by tens of percent.
In the referenced article Worldbank http://www.worldbank.org/en/topic/poverty/overview rate of decline percentage points (linear regression), that in 2017 it amounts to 6.9% of the population, or 508 million people. So a person would be accounted 36 cents a day. It would increase income by an average of 23% - a significant amount, is not it?
Let us remember that we are talking about the minimum income $ 57 per person per month, and so on liquidation of extreme poverty and not poverty.