2023 Annual Report of International Poverty Reduction

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Table of Contents
Chapter Ⅰ Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Global Poverty Reduction
1 The pandemic has significantly hindered global poverty reduction
2 Progress in global poverty reduction
2.1 Extreme poverty
2.2 Multidimensional poverty
3 Predictions on poverty occurrence and returning-to-poverty
3.1 Predictions on global poverty occurrence and returning-to poverty
3.2 Predictions on regional poverty occurrence and returning-to poverty
Chapter Ⅱ Impacts of the Pandemic on the Major Poverty Reduction Issues
1 Global economic growth has slowed down and the unemployment rate has risen
1.1 The GDP growth rate has slowed down
1.2 The unemployment rate has risen
1.3 Multiple industries have been affected
2 The world is facing an unprecedented food crisis
2.1 Global agricultural production had improved before the outbreak of the pandemic
2.2 The global food crisis was worsened after the outbreak of the pandemic
2.3 Families are facing increased food security crises
3 Families are facing greater unemployment crises and sharp declines in incomes
3.1 Decline in national income and consumption expenditure
3.2 The employment crisis deepens
3.3 Household income and commodity consumption has declined
4 Significant differences in medical resources and vaccination rates in response to the pandemic
4.1 n The coverage rate of COVID-19 vaccine is unevenly distributed, and the coverage rate of other vaccines decreases
4.2 The distribution of COVID 19 medical resources is uneven
4.3 Provision of medical and other assistance to families has been insufficient
5 The education crisis brought about by the pandemic
5.1 Temporary closure of schools due to pandemic leaving children out of Pan school and educational crisis
5.2 The pandemic has changed teaching methods
5.3 Countries are actively preparing to reopen schools
Chapter Ⅲ Measures and Effects of Dealing with the Pandemic and Promoting Poverty Reduction
1 Key measures for major regions and countries to deal with the epidemic and promote poverty reduction
1.1 Asia: sector- wide pro-poor growth. industrial employment promotion, and sustained welfare distribution
1.2 Africa: focusing on grassroots security, exploring financing potential, and striving for foreign aid and debt reduction
1.3 Latin America and the Caribbean: innovate transfer payments, narrow the income gap, and invigorate the industry
1.4 North America promote the implementation ol inclusive welfareregiona development and community govermance projects
1.5 Ocennia: strengthen tax reuction and exemption. technology optimization and regional development efforts
1.6 Europe: give full play to the advantages of financial expansion, financing innovation and education support
2 Key measures of international institutions and organizations
2.1 United Nations: comprehensive response to the pandemic
2.2 World Health Organization: improve multiple systems to promote fairness in pandemic prevention
2.3 World Bank Group: building a comprehensive response framework and formulating multidimensional response measures
2.4 International Monetary Fund: assisting member countries and helping countries develop steadily
3 Effects of dealing with the pandemic and promoting poverty reduction
3.1 Proactive financial policies for financial stability
3.2 Proactive fiscal policy to boost economic growth
3.3 Adoption of social protections and labor measures to promote the process of poverty reduction
Chapter Ⅳ China's Experiences and Practices in Consolidating and Expanding Poverty Alleviation Achievements and Promoting Rural Revitalization
1 Coordinate the promotion of epidemic prevention and control and poverty alleviation
1.1 The epidemic has posed various obstacles to China's fight against poverty
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