The result of that statement, from the Brazilian government, came to the fact that 16.2 million people are living in extreme poverty in Brazil. This is around 8.5% of the Brazilian population.
Apparently out of all the people in extreme poverty (16.2 million) 1.8 million of these people don’t get any salary, while the other 11.4 million slaries that differ extremely between R$1 to R$70 per month.
lack of medical cares, the sanitation facilities, access to education and employment leads almost most of the Brazilian population to a miserable life.
The big problems that the government needs to solve are about the education, housing, health care and nutrition for the homeless children, because the parents can’t afford to raise them. About 42% of the children in Brazil are poor. Moreover, there are ⅛ that don’t have a place to live in. That makes them stop going to school and being educated and go to work. Then, they don’t eat well, because they don’t have enough money to buy the right food.