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poor enough to need help from others

destroyed financially

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Over two years of Saudi Arabia's full-scale war on the impoverished country have put more than half of all health facilities in Yemen in a state of complete or partial shutdown.
Redstone Center cares for children of all ages and includes a nursery for children under three who are recovering from malnutrition, illness or live in high risk situations; a day care center for three to six year-olds, many from impoverished and seriously disadvantaged domestic situations; and an education center with classes for children from age six through sixteen, who have no other education opportunities.
The impoverished poet Rodolfo is sung by Rolando Villazon and seamstress Mimi is sung by Maija Kovalevska.
NAN said the changes will have devastating impacts on First Nations people that are already impoverished.
A documentary about an impoverished Indonesian family hardly screams out must-see, but Position Among The Stars is film of the week by a mile.
Abu Dhabi Beautifully woven items like bags sold at an event in Abu Dhabi told the success story of some impoverished people who were scavengers in the past.
The worst rains to hit the impoverished country so far this year paralyzed the city, with three people dead in house collapses in the upscale neighborhood of Petitionville, according to Alta Jean Baptiste, Haiti s civil protection director.
The Ministry of Economy proposed that the state should pay for the electricity of the impoverished in the amount of up to 600 denars a month per household.
A FEW years ago the British and Americans governments gave to an impoverished War Lord Saddam Hussein, money and arms so that he could fight Iran who were perceived to be our enemy.
NINEWA / Aswat al-Iraq: A Turkmen women's folk clothes fair was held in Talafar, western Mosul, on Thursday, and the revenues would go for the impoverished families, according to the chief of the Turkmen feminist union.
However, reacting to an impoverished budget by intellectually impoverishing the elderly, the young and the less well off who rely on libraries more than most, is a dismal move by any council.
MADONNA has filed papers in advance of adopting a second child from the impoverished African republic of Malawi, officials confirmed yesterday.
CHILDREN'S lives are being impoverished by an education that is "fundamentally deficient", a major inquiry concluded today It argues their entitlement to a broad and balanced curriculum has been eroded by a fixation on standards in the basics of literacy and numeracy.
1 : to make poor <The greedy tyrant impoverished his people.
org), a world hunger organization, provides the perfect holiday gift alternative and allows students, teachers and parents to help impoverished families who are among the 2 billion people living on less than $2 a day gain better livelihoods by providing livestock and earth-friendly agricultural training for family farms.