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Forty Percent of Children Under 14 Live in Poverty in Brazil

By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to a new study, government news agencies are reporting about seventeen million children under the age of fourteen - equivalent to 40.2 percent of the Brazilian population in this age group - live in low-income households.

The data is part of the report named Cenário da Infância e Adolescência no Brasil (Scenario of Childhood and Adolescence in Brazil), document that gives an overview of the situation of children in the country, released by the Abrinq Foundation. The . . .

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