Antipoverty (adjective)

Opposing or working to alleviate poverty and its effects.

Origin:

The word 'antipoverty' is derived from the prefix 'anti-' meaning 'against' and 'poverty' referring to a state of being poor or deprived of basic necessities.

Examples:

  1. The antipoverty program provided food and shelter to the homeless and job training to the unemployed.
  2. The antipoverty initiatives aimed to reduce poverty and increase economic opportunities for the poor.
  3. The antipoverty campaign sought to raise awareness about the importance of reducing poverty and its effects on individuals and society.
  4. The antipoverty measures were taken by the government to reduce poverty levels and improve the standard of living for the poorest citizens.
  5. The antipoverty strategy was implemented to provide education and healthcare to the poor and improve their chances of escaping poverty.
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