antipoverty

an·ti·pov·er·ty

 (ăn′tē-pŏv′ər-tē, ăn′tī-)
adj.
Created or intended to alleviate poverty: antipoverty programs.

antipoverty

(ˌæntɪˈpɒvətɪ)
adj
(Social Welfare) acting against poverty
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Liu said other ongoing programs in China will continue, including antipoverty programs launched in Sichuan, Shaanxi and Gansu provinces.
The report also concludes, "divorce leads to higher costs to taxpayers through higher spending on antipoverty programs throughout the justice and educational systems as well as losses to government coffers in foregone tax revenues.
The move follows a long campaign by regional MPs and antipoverty charities and will be seen by many as a sign that the Government believes the current pilots of free school meals in County Durham are delivering exceptional results across the City.
The antipoverty campaigner labelled Berlusconi "Mr 3 Per Cent", saying that he had delivered only 3 per cent of the aid that Italy pledged at the G8 meeting in 2005.
The bank has also approved a USD250m package for an antipoverty programme that has received USD646m from the World Bank since 2000.
This reviewer wants to take one step beyond extolling the merits of Lessons from the Poor by making some direct suggestions to the authors of subsequent antipoverty treatises.
THE UK announced a big increase in its contribution to the World Bank's antipoverty effort - raising it 49% to more than pounds 2bn over three years.
The agencies use the money to fund their antipoverty programs there.
At that time, Mitchell, an antipoverty advocate for the mayor, was known as the "link between the militant civil rights groups and the city administration," reported The Baltimore Sun.
As one antipoverty activist put it, "How society treats its workers says much about our values and priorities.
More sly and illegal behavior came to light when one of Fox's former allies, Arnulfo Montes Cuen, accused Fox of diverting government money from antipoverty programs to Calderon's campaign coffers.