(Gavin Hellier/Robert Hardig World Imagery/Corbis ) Nepal did the best in areas like nutrition and electricity.
Oxford University Study Suggests World Poverty is Rapidly Shrinking
MARCH 17, 2013
World poverty is shrinking and developing countries are becoming less poor according to a new study by Oxford University.
Nepal, Rwanda and Bangladesh were the 'star performers' of the 22-country study carried out by the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI), followed by Ghana, Tanzania, Cambodia and Bolivia.
The report predicts that some of the poorest countries in the world could see acute poverty eradicated within 20 years.
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