Global Poverty Project

The Global Poverty Project is an international education and advocacy organization aimed at eradicating extreme poverty around the world by 2030. The project utilizes education campaigns, advocacy programs, and media content to alert global citizens to their cause and encourage participation from individuals, community groups, government organizations, and the business sector. While board members of the Global Poverty Project are located in the United States, United Kingdom (UK), Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, the aims and ambitions of the project are represented in global media campaigns, worldwide activities, and online advocacy.

Launched in 2008 by development advocate Hugh Evans and community education expert Simon Moss, the Global Poverty Project has developed a multilayered approach to removing extreme poverty. One of the primary aims of the ...

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