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Imagine you yourself representing the half of the population living in poverty.
Put yourself in someone else’s shoes.
If we do not stop poverty soon, the world will be a completely different place, and everyone must go through the change. To name a few, the world population will change, and malnutrition will spread throughout the world.
People living in moderate and extreme poverty live on less than 2 dollars a day, while in America and Europe, they pay the same amount to support a cow.
The Main Problem: People in poverty have children The parents don’t have money to provide a good life for their child The child also lives in poverty The children grow up and cannot support their families. The Poverty Cycle
Our group chose this topic because we wanted to work locally in China, and we wanted to help kids who are less fortunate than us so they can have a chance at living their lives in a better way. We want to help this generation break out of poverty and push China further towards the goal of the eradication of poverty by 2015.
The game begins with each player rolling the die. The person who rolls the highest number goes first.
According to the order of the rolls, everyone randomly chooses a mission.
The first person then picks up a question card and attempts to answer it. If it is answered incorrectly, the player stays in the same place. If it is answered correctly, the player rolls the die, and moves that many spaces forward.
The player reads the space and follows the directions (see Index).
Repeat steps 3-4 with all other players in order until game is finished.