Nov 05, 2015

Petition · Redefine Middle Income Classification (MIC) to End Poverty in Africa · Change.org

The World Bank’s Middle Income Classification (MIC) underlines an unhealthy alliance with governments of our nations, thereby denying the people the help they urgently need (from international donor agencies) through an economic rating system that is silent on the realities that the poor face. While we have no doubt that the dire impacts of diseases and poverty facing the African continent...

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