(poverties.org, 2011) In my opinion, I think poverty can not be eradicated because there are forty percent of people who are at poverty level, which means 2.8 billion people. In addition, it is difficult to eradicate poverty since we have so many corrupt officials when the governments give the funds to the poor people, those officials will take the money from the funds to do dishonest or illegal things with it. Poverty can not be eradicated unless people educate their children offering them a better life. For example, if a poor family does not send their children to school therefore their children will not get education and a well paid job in the future. With the job that they can get without any education will enable them to get jobs that will only offer them basic living.
Not every parent could afford to send their children to a secondary school, especially when they have more than couple kidsThe kenyan education system is unfair because the public primary school does not teach students well compared private primary school, all high school are expensive which leads to most students not attending high school after they finish 8th grade, gender inequality, life expenses are some of the reasons that reflect the low high school graduation rate. The education system in kenya is unfair because most of the parents are not able to send their
In these countries, the country does not have the money to improve the health care with new technologies nor the money to treat all the citizens, and the people who live in poverty do not have the money to pay for their own treatment especially if it is not free. According to WHO ( World Health Organization), “around 1.2 billion people in the world live in extreme poverty, and that 1 billion people worldwide suffer from serious illness due to poverty”. According to Children International, “2 million children die each year from preventable diseases like pneumonia because families can’t afford treatment”. Fortunately, in Kuwait, poverty is almost non-existent, and a lot of the population is of the working class. For the citizens of Kuwait health care is free, where in other low-income and under-developed countries health care is not free or is inadequate, and this is because of the social gap.
The primary impact is that corruption aggravates capital shortages by granting less money for developmental purposes (Nwankwo, 2013). In Africa, many countries already face capital shortage problems and is merely worsened by corruption. Corruption is known to divert resources and money intended for development into private pockets rather than into societal and economical development (Ali, 2013). Often, this money stolen through corruption was never intended to stimulate the economy, but rather intended for educational development. These misallocated funds deny the youth an opportunity of a fair education and therefore future generations would face the crisis of a poor economy due to a lack of skilled workers.
He feel hopeless with his future and living without a target as a migrant worker. He complained that there is a big gap between cities and countrysides, the cities are rich and the countrysides are poor also it is the main reason why there is a great deal of population from countryside move to cities. Also most of the migrant workers has low education level because they quit from high school and they are not able to gain a great job and based on the system of the census register in China the migrant workers are not allowed to enjoy the city's social welfare as same as the people who born in cities even they get sick they are not able to use the medical welfare service in the cities. What is more, they need to go back to the countryside when they are retire and there is no support for their retired life. Also he claimed out that there is a big difference of education quality between rural and urban, the education quality of urban is much better than the rural so most of the high school students in rural would choose to quit and even they graduated from high school there are not enough job vacancy for them so they try to be migrant worker to find some others chances.
It means not having enough to feed and clothe a family, not having a school or clinic to go to (UN, 1998). Poverty subject majority of Africans to not having sufficient income to purchase enough food resulting in about 45% of people in Sub-Saharan Africa living below the poverty line of less than one dollar a day with more than 65% of the population living in rural areas (Prabhu et al, 2009). It is evident that Sub-Sahara Africa has the highest level of poverty with close to halve of the region’s population classified as poor (SESRTCIC, 2007) accompanied with its challenges. It’s rate of killing is incomparable to diseases and has been cited the highest killer far worse than HIV/AIDS, malaria (Tazoacha, 2001) and far worse than dreadful Ebola (Addae-Korankye,
There also the lack of schools in rural areas in Ethiopia that's why students who live in rural areas don’t go to school because of lack of schools. That only some students will be willing walk 2 or 3 miles just to go to a government school in the province. Higher education was also limited and pricey so only a few students will make it to this point. (One living proof)The Ethiopian government finally made an effort to change its education in order to reduce poverty and expand the public education equally; this effort was backed up by supplies and equipment for the children and that can dramatically increase the school enrolment rate up to 60%. In 1992, 4 out of 5 children were out of school, and in 1999 it was only 1 out of 5 children.
Let’s consider some causes and effects of this issue. There are two main reasons of the poverty relying on the research of the UNDP of Kazakhstan, such as unemployment and low income. (UNDP Kazakhstan, 2014) The unemployment problem arises because of the low standards of education in our country. Young generation cannot meet the demands of the employees and UNDP Kazakhstan stated: “In recent years, the profiles of graduates from higher and vocational education institutions have progressively failed to meet the demands of the labour market.” (UNDP Kazakhstan, 2014, para. 6) In most cases the qualification or professionalism level does not match the demands, thereby killing the incentive to improve the skills of young people.
Introduction Poverty is a condition whereby the people, a person or the community lacks financial resources to satisfy their needs and wants. Poverty can also be defined as a situation whereby the government does not enough to feed the whole country such as failing to providing houses for its people. 1.1 Background The root of poverty is unemployment and earning a salary that is too little to feed the whole family. During the 1993 education was not free in South Africa therefor this was a disadvantage to children who grow up under the roof of poverty, such children their parents could not afford to pay for their fees due to the issue of unemployment or less earning. Those children lack skills and knowledge and all other requirement needed for them to be employed and these results in poverty.