Poverty Elimination

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IDP 2017 Spring
Professor Ippei Nishida
SDG Topic Final Paper Assignment
14z1005 Ekisho Chin

Topic: Poverty Elimination


One of the SDGs is to end the poverty in all its forms by 2030. Out of all 17 goals, this is being listed in the first position. As I proceed to the research with this topic, I gradually realized that this issue can be the root cause for other issues such as hunger, good health and well-being, unequal access to the education, and even the war for instance in the Middle East: I will talk about this in the next chapter “Poverty from a Deeper Level.” According to the UN report in 2015, there are 836 million people still live in absolute poverty to fulfill the most basic needs. That means 14 percent of
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Based on my analysis, this phenomenon would contribute to higher the number of single-parenthood households in Japan. As a result, the poverty rate jumped to 54.6 percent for single-parent households in 2015, the worst in the OECD. The year 1997 was the peak for poverty rate of households with one adult. Relative Rate of Child Poverty in Japan in the right side also indicates a steady grow bet 1994 to 2000. Between 2000 to 2006, the red line indicates a gradual decrease. In the meantime, the Relative Rate of Child Poverty in Japan between 2000 to 2006 also indicates a gradual decrease. Based on my analysis from this comparison, the households with one adult would largely affect the number of child poverty in Japan.
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