At the end, ending poverty is helping the world. People can all start by doing simple actions like giving donations. These donations can be in various forms; not only in material form, but also knowledge for those people to free themselves from the poverty cycle could use it. Other than that, the government and big companies could open job openings. Instead of simply opening jobs, people could inspire or guide the people trapped in poverty to open their own businesses by teaching them skills like writing, cooking, drawing and so on.
It has been a sustained problem throughout history. So many people just don’t have basic human needs. Poverty started for a long time and still kills innocent people. Rich people are getting richer and poor people are still trying to find a way to survive in this world. Let people make a change.
This problem is also creating some other problems in American such as increase crime rate is also because of poverty. There is millions of American who cannot afford to get basic necessities of life. Another important point is that because of ignorance of government for this issue, the poverty rate will continue to increase. So based on these facts; I have selected the issue of poverty to solve. Below are the steps that I will take to solve the problem of poverty: I will promote the policies which will be helpful to create more jobs.
One of the most effective way to reduce the amount of poverty is to give out and offer/take jobs that provide resources in order to live (Baker). The world today focuses heavily on jobs in order to have a strong and beneficial life. Jobs provide each and everyone with money in which they can spend on daily life necessities such as shelters, clothes, food, and etc. Though jobs are a key necessity in most everyone's lives, many of those who live in poverty do not have access to good and stable job in order to support themselves and their family. “...low morale...poor job satisfaction among district houses…” “We do not have a maximum threshold- we are just expected to cope no matter what the demand…” Poor communication between jobs and people are leading low morale (Osborne).
Despite massive advances in the standards of living in the developed world, almost half of the world’s population, roughly 3 billion people, still live on less than $2.50 a day. Prima facie, it may appear that poverty is not that challenging to alleviate especially when the mass media provides us with gargantuan of statistics on the rising income of countries stricken by destitution. Many countries located in the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa, the part of the continent that is located South of the Sahara Desert, is facing an endemic poverty problem. Poverty alleviation involves improving the living conditions of people who live under the absolute poverty line by providing aid in medical and scientific areas, which is essential in providing
Around the world, poverty seems to be a common problem for almost every nation. In some cases, there are countries who have the majority of the population in the considered poverty level, while other countries have a very small or no portion of poverty in their country. For example, countries that are considered third world struggle tremendously off of basic necessities like food and sometimes shelter. Compared to the United States, a first world country which is one of many others around the world, still struggles with homelessness, and people who live with either little income or none at all. The question is if a first world country such as the United States still has people who struggle in its nation due to income, why hasn 't there been anything done, knowing the fact that the government has enough money and power to make a difference.
Causes like those of hunger, unstable housing, and lack of funding lead to poor performance, worse standardized test scores, and a lack of social development and belonging among peers. Poverty in Schools Poverty by definition is the lacking of stable resources to meet one’s basic needs. Children and their families face it on a varying scale worldwide, but the problem has always been prevalent. However, in a first world country such as the United States, more must be done to lessen its effects on the nation’s children. Public schools were created with the intent to level out the educational field, and provide equal opportunities to learn to all students regardless of income.
Poverty poses a challenge for all countries around the globe and with the rapid development of societies, different definitions of poverty has evolved. Eliminating poverty has to be seen as a long-term goal and not something which can be easily achieved. In this essay, poverty is discussed as relative poverty, which is a standard that is defined in terms of the society in which an individual lives and which therefore differs between countries and over time. Some methods to eliminate poverty include creating more jobs, gender equality as well as a good education for all. Firstly, the government can create more jobs so that the unemployment rate will drop and more people will have economic security.
The problem of poverty is wide yet complicated. Poverty consists everywhere, both in the urban and rural area and many people are still left behind, thus this shows that the UN could not cover every single area in the world. To access into every single person on earth is not as simple as helping people in one village, especially when population growth keeps rising (U.S Census Bureau, 2015). As stated by Steven Edwards on behalf of the UN, he gives us some facts about the problem which came after the growth of population. He claimed that “with high world's population led to huge, local governments is difficult to provide the local implementation of a balanced life and help to solve the problem of poverty (2015)”.