Brazil's poor bear brunt of social programmes' funding cuts

Although unemployment rates have fallen, broken promises and economic mismanagement have left millions struggling to make ends meet.

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    Brazil’s outgoing President Michel Temer had promised to lift Latin America's largest economy from a deep recession. Although unemployment rates have fallen, the cuts in social programs have impacted poor Brazilians.

    Al Jazeera's Mariana Sanchez reports from the state of Goias in central Brazil.


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