How World Conflict Can Affect the Poor.

Children in Sudan struggling with the widespread poverty, drought and famine — https://bit.ly/2RPT2xP
A family poses for a photo in mid-March in their home in Kaya, Burkina Faso. Most people in the Sahel region in Africa are poor and lack formal education and skills “that could enable them to ascend social and economic ladders,” a report from Catholic Relief Services said. (Credit: Julien Ermine/Reuters via CNS.)

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