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Despite expanding economies and an accelerated pace of change across Asia Pacific, more than 700 million people are living in poverty in the region.

 

A surge in urbanization has seen the region’s slum population top more than 250 million people. Children are experiencing a life of hardship and are at risk of exploitation. World Vision has been present in the region for more than 60 years and has a deep understanding of the issues faced by the poorest and most vulnerable people in the 18 countries where we implement development projects.

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