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This is my reflection on the article “A Ten-Year Mission: End Homelessness” using the Connect-Extend-Challenge thinking routine. This article is about how the homeless people of a country receive help from welfare organisations of that country.
People live in poverty in many ways and one of them is being homeless. There are a lot of homeless people in this particular country and welfare organisations are trying their best to provide help for the homeless people. They hosted a day-long outreach program for their faith based communities which shows promise at increasing the housing stock. They also made sure that the homeless people have a house to stay in.
I think that the homeless people are very pitiful. To the people living in poverty, nothing is worse than being homeless. In many countries, the homeless people spend their nights on underground pavements, on the streets, or at any safe and warm place they can find and people who have homes cannot do anything much to help them, hence, this issue must be handled by welfare organisations.
However, not all of the homeless people would accept the help from welfare organisations. They may think that the welfare organisations are disrupting their life and they just want to be left alone. Therefore, some homeless people would reject the help from them and would rather continue being homeless.
This is my reflection on the article “Children’s commissioner: Child poverty approach concern” using the Connect- Extend- Challenge thinking routine. This article is about child poverty in Welsh, America.
The Welsh government is doing something about the poverty in the country, but still prioritising the needs of children. I think that this is important as a child has to grow up well by having all the necessities in life so that when they are an adult, they will be healthy and knowledgable.
The health and education of a child depends on whether he or she is living in poverty or not. If the family of a child has low income, the family may not be able to provide sufficient or nutritious food for the child, hence, the child will grow up in an unhealthy way. The child may also be living in cramp and unhygienic conditions. A child must receive enough education in order to get a secure job so as to provide for his or her family. Without receiving enough education, a child may live in poverty again when he or she is an adult.
Around the world, welfare organisations have been trying to improve this situation by giving out nutritious food to the poor children and helping them cope with their education, but when the children become adults, they have to compete with the other adults in many ways, so they still have to work hard on their own.
This is my reflection on the article “Editorial: Education key in fighting poverty” using the Connect-Extend-Challenge thinking routine. This article is about the child poverty and education in Wisconsin, America.
The children in Wisconsin are living in poverty and they face a challenge of breaking out of poverty, hence, they need to receive enough education. However, as they are poor, there are obstacles which obstruct them from achieving their goals.
I think that the children living in poverty are very unfortunate as education is the only way out of poverty for them, so they have to work very hard to get good grades and get a secure job in the future to support themselves and their families. The article states that many adults break the cycle of poverty without any help. They are hard working, successful members of our society and to grow up poor is not an indictment against them. If the adults can break out of poverty, then the younger generation can also do that as long as they are hard working and have their goals to achieve.
Nowadays, children living in poverty have to cope with different issues related to their education. For example, they need a computer in order to do their online homework or do a research, but they may not be able to afford a computer. Also, education is very important for them to get a good and secure job, but they may not be able to afford the materials needed for studying.
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