General planning policies and their impact on combating poverty
A comparative study of poverty alleviation strategy in Iraq and Malaysia
Poverty is a social problem that exists throughout the world, with varying degrees of severity and in different environments. In some countries, it means hunger and death. Poverty is not confined to poor countries or only to third world countries, but rather it is found in rich and developed countries, as no society is devoid of them. The fight against poverty is a strategic goal that everyone strives to achieve.
Therefore, this research attempts to shed light on the most important governmental policies that contribute in a realistic way to eradicate or reduce poverty
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