Poverty is the state of one who lacks a certain amount of material possessions or money. Poverty is relative to, and is the antonym of, wealth
Extreme poverty strikes when household resources prove insufficient to secure the essentials of dignified living. The consequences of persistent poverty include hunger, children out of school, exposure to unnecessary health risks, and the diminution of household back- up resources.
It is because there is too many people, too little money, jobs, food, resources and places to live in.
People who do not have money to spent on food. People without high educational level. People with bad jobs. People who come from a broken house.
Usually in the most populated areas, but only because there is a larger mass of people which usually means fewer jobs, and fewer jobs can lead to poverty and violence. Also in places where people are brought up by parents who give their children everything and end up skint and can’t pay bills or if people who come from the country side to the big city and there is no place to live in or enough money, so they live in a favelashanty townslum, however they are the same thing.
There are a few ways to do it. 1st. Reduce the population to more comfortably sustainable levels . 2nd. Engineer nutritious, fast-growing, high- yielding food crops to be grown en masse. 3rd. Eliminate the world bank, federal reserve, IRS, oil companies, pharmaceutical companies... 4th. Change human nature to eliminate greed and hate.
There are some organisations that are trying to make life better for others.Here are some organisations Bill and Melinda Gates foundation – The world’s largest philanthropic organisation. The Hunger Project - The Hunger Project (THP) is a global, non-profit, strategic organisation committed to the sustainable end of world hunger.
Poverty: Where we all started
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