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When Monica’s landlord suddenly doubled the rent on the room in which she lived with her three daughters in Sao Paulo, she says they had little choice but to live on the streets.

Like a growing number of poor people in Brazil’s economic capital, Monica has fallen on bitter times during the COVID-19 pandemic, forcing her to choose between feeding or housing herself and her girls, ages 12, nine and two.

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