According to the Global Finance Magazine poorest countries in the world are Central African Republic, Congo, Dem.
Rep, Malawi, Liberia, Burundi, Niger, Mozambique and Eritrea.
There are many organizations such as CARE, Oxfam, ONE, The hunger Project working to stop poverty.
Some of these are non-profit, strategic organizations committed to the sustainable end of poverty and world hunger.
The World Bank data has published data on absolute poverty for 1981 onward, but researchers have tried to reconstruct information of the living standards of the more distant past.
The most cited paper was written by Bourguignon and Morrison in which the two authors reconstructed measures of poverty as far back as 1820.
Giving What We Can is a global community of people committed to giving part of our income in the most effective way possible in order to fight global poverty.
We evaluate global poverty charities and encourage our members to give to the most effective ones.
Sociologists study the effects of poverty as well as who lives in poverty and why.
Many surveys have been done in order to calculate the accurate number of people who are suffering from the poverty.