Poverty

SDG 1 – ZERO POVERTY

According to UN reports, more than 700 million people still live in poverty today. The poverty rate is said to be at least 17.2 percent higher in rural areas than in urban areas. These numbers are quite daunting, which is why they are the driving force behind the development of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG-1), …

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THE SEVERE IMPACT OF POVERTY ON CHILDREN IN LOW-INCOME REGIONS.

Statistics show that as many as two billion children live in poverty, but this poverty is more than just the lack of basic amenities; there is also a spiritual poverty caused by the narrow-mindedness of people who have not had the opportunity to educate themselves. Poverty and its consequences are not limited to communities and …

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NEW LIFE FOR THE OVERLOOKED

It is human nature to only scratch the surface before we jump to conclusions. That’s why we only look at people and their potential based on the incomplete facts we know about them. For this reason, children in slums are seen as criminals and good-for-nothings who will live a hard and bleak life. Unfortunately, or …

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Skills development, the future path to poverty reduction.

In the past, our ancestors exchanged goods for other goods; most of the time, services were exchanged for goods. And while times have changed, it is increasingly common for services to be exchanged for goods or monetary value.

Take this example: Mr. Dabo makes stools for homes, making them creatively, taking his time to give each piece a unique touch. Mama Zafar is an expert in cooking and is the city’s go-to person for meals at large events, as her skills are unmatched and her meals always leave an impression.

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