What if there was a miracle treatment for world poverty? It might already exist.

How would you feel if you learned a drug had been found that vastly improves the health and well-being of some of the poorest people in the world? This new treatment, Pecunilam, has startled researchers for its efficacy in treating a whole host of conditions. Today, it is easily the most heavily researched development intervention in the world.


Clinical trials show it increases children’s height-for-age and weight-for-height ratios in South Africa. Just one dose leads to large reductions of HIV infection rates and improves the psychological well-being of children in Malawi. It has even been found to substantially increase schooling and reduce child labor.


A single dose works as a powerful poverty reduction tool, too. In one study in Sr...
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A Kurdish guy saves the lives of 6 people

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IPCC report: The world gets hungrier, but the land is exhausted – from us and from climate change

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