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The Global Poverty Project

Founded by Hugh Evans and Simon Moss in 2008
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Kay Colville

on 2 May 2014

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Transcript of The Global Poverty Project

Focus Campaigns
At the center of their organisational strategy is the aim to build an unstoppable movement of Global Citizens who are committed to taking action in support of the world's poor. Since launching in August 2012, more than 250,000 Global Citizens have joined, taking more than 1.75 million actions, and contributing to more than 35 campaign victories and announcement.
Want to become involved in
The Global Poverty Project?

Founded by Hugh Evans and Simon Moss in 2008
Our Vision:

"A world without extreme poverty
by 2030."


Our Mission:

"Growing the number and effectiveness of Global Citizens to achieve the public, business and political commitment and action to end extreme poverty."

Developed in 2009 to explain
the issues that contribute to
extreme poverty and what we
can do about them.

The End of Polio works with
partners to campaign for funding and the
political will to eradicate polio forever
Aims to change the way people think
about poverty by challenging them
to live on the equivalent of the
extreme poverty line for 5 days
An international education and advocacy organization working towards the end of extreme poverty by 2030
The Project quickly grew to have a presence in Australia, New Zealand and the UK.
With the addition of more campaigns, the Project expanded into the USA.
Developed in 2009 to explain
the issues that contribute to
extreme poverty and what we
can do about them.
Go to

www.globalpovertyproject.com
to become involved


The End of Polio works with
partners to campaign for funding and the
political will to eradicate polio forever
Aims to change the way people think
about poverty by challenging them
to live on the equivalent of the
extreme poverty line for 5 days
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