Are domestic public resources able to meet the needs of the poorest people?

The proportion of people living in extreme poverty worldwide has more than halved since 2000, yet progress is varied across countries. Although domestic public resources are an important resource to drive efforts to end poverty, they remain scarce in many countries where poverty is high.

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