Poverty In Pakistan Literature Review

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LITERATURE REVIEW The curse for every nation is poverty. Some private institutes like NGOs, communities and governments of whole world are working very hard to decrease the disease of penurity. Milennium development goals reported in (2015) that In last twenty years, poverty is decreased on whole world. MDG had tried alot to decrease that problem, their man aim is to remove curse of extremeley low poverty level and for that purpose they had protected 1 billion people since 1990. According to their report, the divided population was earning one dollar per day since 1990, they further explained that from 36% to 15% people are living in below line of poverty in whole world. And in 2015 12% population fallen in poverty till 2015. The most important…show more content…
Pakistan is a developing country day by day, and also facing poverty problems ,nearly majority of Pakistan lives in below the poverty-line. According to UNDP- human development report (2008), Pakistan has been 136th position from 177 developing-countries. Nearly, 73% people struggling less than 2 dollar per day. If we position of the Asian countries on earning-poverty, Pakistan offer in last from all the Asian states. Throughout the last ten years ,Government of Pakistan spent compareingtrillions-rupees for poverty reduces programs. Poverty has been reduce from 35% to 24% since 2000 to 2006…show more content…
Pakistan is a developing country day by day, and also facing poverty problems , nearly majority of Pakistan lives in below the poverty-line. According to UNDP- human development report (2008), Pakistan has been 136th position from 177 developing-countries. Nearly, 73% people struggling less than 2 dollar per day. If we position of the Asian countries on earning-poverty, Pakistan offer in last from all the Asian states. Throughout the last ten years ,Government of Pakistan spent compareingtrillions-rupees for poverty reduces programs. Poverty has been reduce from 35% to 24% since 2000 to 2006

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