Eradicating poverty can involve many varied and innovative approaches according to circumstance. But a universal factor is that development of livelihoods depends on communities enjoying good health and access to education.
Having unlimited access to water shows how fortunate we are and the way we are living. After reading this article, i realised how important water is and start to appreciate the water I drink everday. Not everyone is as fortunate as us to get clean drinking water. Some of them have to travel far distances to get water, and those water are not clean. I am gratedul as i am able to access proper drinking water. I wonder which other countries have no access to drinkable water and if there is a solution to help those people to get clean drinking water i would try.
This article tells me how important education is and how it impacts the young people.Though some people do not need to pay school fees in order to go to school, however, they will have lesser oppotunities in school due to finacial problem. I think that going to school can help us to get good education, thus getting a good job.I wonder if other countries give children a proper education and help them break out of poverty. now in this fast paced life, without education, not many can get a job.
Jan Zijderveld, head of Unilever's European business said: "If a consumer in Spain only spends €17 when they go shopping, then I'm not going to be able to sell them washing powder for half of their budget."
i can see that there is a woman with a baby sitting outside a store begging for money to feed her child. one main reason of poverty is because of the country economy. from a medium income family to a poor begging family, it is possible. with an increase of population, resources are depleting, thus making prices shoot up which many wont be able to afford.i wonder why the government arent changing how they manage their resources instead of depending on charites and other breadline that help the people in poverty.
I think if someone has a mental illness, it’s harder to work, and that equals poverty. And on the other hand if someone is dealing with a low paying job, or a stint of unemployment for any amount of time this can absolutely cause mental illness.I think most people would prefer to be able function independently than be stuck always waiting for a hand-out from somewhere. I just wish we lived in a society that prioritized everyone’s need to better themselves & their situation.I do think that mental illness can occur as a result of poverty. I do get worried about how you should be considered “disabled” to get benefits.
Usually poverty is thought to be lack of income - for example, a person is considered poor if his/her income is less than $1.25 a day. However, poverty is much more than simply the lack of income. Children living in poverty experience a lack of the material, spiritual, and emotional resources they need to survive, develop and thrive. A certain income does not necessarily mean that a household has all it needs to provide what a child needs for a good start in life. That is why it is important to focus on multidimensional child poverty measures that look beyond income and focus on whether children face deprivations to a range of their basic rights such as health, education, information, nutrition, shelter, water and sanitation.
When children are deprived of these rights in the first years of their life, it can limit their potential for physical, intellectual and emotional development. In turn, many children grow up without the opportunity to be healthy and educated and to feel safe and confident.
After reading the article, i felt depressed, because others out there are suffering which we have never been in their shoes before. childrens in poverty that are deprived of common things that they need while growing up makes them very vulnerable to the outside world. the fact that the person earns less than $1.25 is considered poor, how do they survive? are they even able to feed their family? though there are many charites set up to help the poor, there are still many out there that cannot be reach.
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