Extreme poverty remains a worldwide social and economic scourge. According to a report from the World Bank and UNICEF, 767 million people around the world live on less than $1.90 per day — a grossly inadequate sum of money to meet basic survival needs in most countries. Approximately half of the world’s extremely poor are children, and almost all of them live in just 20 countries.

Here are the 20 nations with the highest number of children living in extreme poverty.

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