Exemplos de uso
Exemplos de uso para "abject poverty" em português
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EnglishIn 1955, I saw for myself the abject poverty and inequality in South America.
EnglishThis is a popular revolt because the people are subjected to abject poverty.
EnglishToday, the remote descendants of these feared hordes are condemned to abject poverty.
EnglishMany of their inhabitants are still living in abject poverty.
EnglishA large proportion of its people live in abject poverty.
EnglishI myself have never witnessed such abject poverty.
EnglishIt has kept its people in abject poverty, in stark contrast to the economic success of many of its neighbours.
EnglishOne billion people live in abject poverty.
EnglishThis irony cannot be lost on the long-suffering people of Madagascar, many of whom live in abject poverty.
EnglishA shameful 50% of Nepal's 29 million people live in abject poverty, 16% of whom are severely malnourished.
EnglishHunger and abject poverty mainly affect women, making sexual inequality a huge barrier to development.
EnglishCurrently, people do not have enough food, and 80% of Haiti's population live in abject poverty.
EnglishAt least 224 million Latin Americans live in abject poverty, in other words, more than 40% of the population of that region!
EnglishAt least 224 million Latin Americans live in abject poverty, in other words, more than 40 % of the population of that region!
EnglishAbject poverty is at the root of child slavery, and child labour contravenes the Treaty on the Rights of the Child.
EnglishIn order to do this, a joint European crisis map must be drawn up, through which it would be easier to assess the areas afflicted by abject poverty.
EnglishAs the President-in-Office said, some 1.2bn people live in abject poverty and more than half of them go hungry every single day.
EnglishMany Roma - and therefore many children - live in abject poverty, are not integrated and have little or no opportunity to get ahead in our society.
EnglishIf we are to avoid condemning another generation of people to abject poverty and hunger, we must avoid short-sighted penny-pinching in the field of development aid.
EnglishIt is the world's fourth largest cotton producer, and yet, according to its leaders, 15 % of the population live in abject poverty and wages are almost as low as they are in the third world.