37 families living in extreme social vulnerability have benefited thanks to the support of the World Bank and its staff.
Extreme poverty is rising more now than it has for the last 20 years.
One Brazilian initiative eschews top-down solutions in favour of community-level problem solving.
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The live “Enough! Poverty is not normal” will include artists, digital influencers and families supported by the organization, which has been working for 29 years to combat structural poverty.
Dara means guiding star in an Asian Sanskrit, a two-way guide: on the one hand, the work of volunteers, employees and contributors; on the other, the strength of entire families that guide us to work for those at-risk. The name change represents the strenghthness of the institution.
Dara Institute promotes a campaign to eradicate social inequality and the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. NGO encourages the fight against structural poverty for a more egalitarian and developed society in Brazil. You can also be a Changemaker!
At the end of the 1980s, as a doctor, working at Hospital da Lagoa, in Rio de Janeiro, I clearly perceived the relationship between the diseases that affected children hospitalized there and the situation of risk and social vulnerability to which they and their families were subjected.