SDG Goal 1: No Poverty


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End poverty in all its forms


Key Targets

- Eradicate extreme poverty
- Reduce poverty by at least 50%
- Implement social protection systems
- Equal rights to ownership, basic services, technology & economic resources
- Build resilience to disasters
- Mobilize resources to implement policies to end poverty
- Create pro-poor & gender-sensitive policy frameworks


Why no poverty is relevant to child rights?

Poverty affects children’s rights to survival and development, may prevent them from reaching their full potential.






Teaching Material Download
Global Goal Fact Sheet: Goal 1 - No poverty

Publish Year: 2018
Pages: 4

Relevant Curriculum:
- General Studies
- Life and Society




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