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A big chunk of the population was forced to live below poverty level.
Last year alone, Triangle Family Services served more than 5,000 Triangle area residents, with 87% living below poverty level.
As about half of Egypt's 87 million people live below poverty level, on about $2 a day, the effects of the new fuel price hike may be felt sharply by the poor.
Obama Administration Working to Close Racial, Ethnic Gap on Asthma: asthma disproportionately affects minority children, children living below poverty level [press release].
This decision could push some segments below poverty levels and prompt an increase in the numbers of poor people," she warned.
Most of these three million people continue to live in conditions which are below poverty levels in regions acknowledged as backward with severe economic constraints.
Tensions are mounting in Sudan as the country heads towards a split amid growing economic problems that lead to rising cost of living for the ordinary citizens in a country where most of the population live below poverty levels.
Pakistan, June 19 -- There is amongst us a tiny minority, whose incomes are so extraordinarily high that they pull Pakistan's per capita income up to $ 1,040, when the great bulk of the population lives well below poverty levels