xtreme:poverty
     a quarter of the
    planet lives on less
    than $1.25 a day
xtreme:poverty
 20% of the world’s population
consumes 80% of the resources
xtreme:poverty
a quarter of the planet’s
   future is cut short




                            Died young of
            ...
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we will let a child die
 over a $0.22 pill
xtreme:poverty

      what are u
    going to -----?
hunger
thirst
sickness
iliteracy
homeless
jobless
distress
give up one gift
         birthday
         holiday
         any day
organize an event
educate kids
      school
 program
engage organizations


      corporate
program
gift-lanthropy
a new way of giving
giving go s: agile
why wait for large, slow organizations

                      take the agile
                    route ...
asy
w :start
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UEnd: empowers you to give a new kind of gift—one that helps eradicate extreme poverty and changes the way we think about giving through the redirection of a small portion of your gift spending.

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  • Félicitations. Du bon travail ! Bernard
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  • Good work!Thanks for sharing.
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  • All the best for your efforts to end poverty.

    Shouldn't we have a UendRoadAccidents too?

    The global financial cost of road traffic injuries is 518 billion USD each year.
    The cost to low and middle income countries is 65 billion USD, more than all development aid income .
    For males aged 15-44, road traffic injuries rank second (behind HIV/AIDS) as the leading cause of premature death and ill health worldwide .

    By 2020, unless action is taken, road traffic injuries are predicted to rise
    overall by about 80 per cent in low and middle income countries.
    Source: The World report on road traffic injury prevention
    jointly published in 2004 by the World Bank and the World Health
    Organization

    Worldwide toll of road accidents: ( Statistics by World Bank & WHO )

    1.2 million people worldwide are estimated to be killed each year on the
    roads - that's around 3,000 deaths daily, 500 of them children .
    50 million people worldwide are believed to be injured in road crashes each
    year, 15 million seriously .

    3 to 4 % of Gross National Product is lost in Road Accidents.

    One child is killed in Road Accidents, every three minutes in the World.

    Please visit the road Safety suggestion for developing nations at
    http://www.slideshare.net/safeindianroads/presentations and at
    http://www.slideshare.net/safeindianroads/documents.
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  • Great work . Congratulations
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  • Really creative
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