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Submitted by Harimao on

According to IDS report, three-quarters of the world’s approximately 1.3bn poor people now live in middle-income countries (MICs) and only about a quarter of the world’s poor – about 370mn people live in the remaining 39 low-income countries, which are largely in sub-Saharan Africa. However, IDA fund is provided only for low-income countries. Considering this, I wonder how the IDA is goign to end poverty by 2030. I think that targetted IDA assitance for the poor in the MICs should also be considered.

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