WHAT IS POVERTY?
Refers to the deprivation of common
necessities that determines the quality of life
State one who lacks...
CAUSES OF POVERTY
Overpopulation
Lack of jobs
Inequality of Income Distribution
Lack of Quality Education
Corruption
...
OVERPOPULATION
Refers to the condition where the number of
people exceeds the caring capacity of the
place where the peop...
LACK OF JOBS
UNEMPLOYMENT – is a situation in which a
person who is searching for work cannot find a
job.
UNDREPLOYMENT ...
INEQUALITY OF INCOME
DISTRIBUTION
 the gap between rich and poor, income
inequality, wealth disparity or wealth and
incom...
LACK OF QUALITY EDUCATION
 It is commonly presumed that formal
schooling is one of several important
contributors to the ...
CORRUPTION
 very prevalent and robs the money of the
people that they paid to improve the country.
Dishonest or fraudule...
NATURAL CALAMITIES
 a major adverse event resulting from natural
processes of he earth.
Affects the environment, and lea...
BAD LIVING CONDITIONS
 poor and non-poor families differ according
to the characteristics and condition of their
housing ...
IMPORTANCE OF POOR
 poor people can do save, but they have hard
time doing it.What poor people need is a way
to save effi...
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Poverty

  1. 1. WHAT IS POVERTY? Refers to the deprivation of common necessities that determines the quality of life State one who lacks a usual or socially acceptable amount of money or material possession
  2. 2. CAUSES OF POVERTY Overpopulation Lack of jobs Inequality of Income Distribution Lack of Quality Education Corruption Natural Calamities Bad Living Condition
  3. 3. OVERPOPULATION Refers to the condition where the number of people exceeds the caring capacity of the place where the people lives. Indeed a big contributor to poverty because a big population only means that more resources are needed to feed
  4. 4. LACK OF JOBS UNEMPLOYMENT – is a situation in which a person who is searching for work cannot find a job. UNDREPLOYMENT – is a situation in which a worker is employed but not in the desired capacity and possesses a job that is inadequate with respect to their training and economic needs.
  5. 5. INEQUALITY OF INCOME DISTRIBUTION  the gap between rich and poor, income inequality, wealth disparity or wealth and income differences.  varies between societies, historical periods, economic structures and systems.
  6. 6. LACK OF QUALITY EDUCATION  It is commonly presumed that formal schooling is one of several important contributors to the skills of an individual and to human capital.
  7. 7. CORRUPTION  very prevalent and robs the money of the people that they paid to improve the country. Dishonest or fraudulent conduct by those in power.
  8. 8. NATURAL CALAMITIES  a major adverse event resulting from natural processes of he earth. Affects the environment, and leads to financial, environmental and/o human losses.
  9. 9. BAD LIVING CONDITIONS  poor and non-poor families differ according to the characteristics and condition of their housing as well. Many families are forced to occupy public and private lands without the right to do so. And, because this land is not theirs, it tends to overcrowd.
  10. 10. IMPORTANCE OF POOR  poor people can do save, but they have hard time doing it.What poor people need is a way to save efficiently and safely, so they can invest in their futures. In order to stop poverty, people need to be taught skills which will provide them with the knowledge to earn a better income. Giving them the ability to help themselves equips them to get out f poverty.

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