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Maxwell Stamp's guiding principles addresses issues, which condemn millions to poverty, such as:

  • Extreme poverty cannot be tackled without a mix of political, social and economic activities.
  • There is a widening inequality gap between rich and poor.
  • The wrong aid, such as food dumping, can increase poverty.
  • Corruption prevents aid reaching the poorest.
  • Climate change is a real threat to the livelihoods of poor rural communities in arid, temperate and tropical environments.
  • Poverty is not confined to poorer countries.