Two Types Of Poverty Essay

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Types of poverty
The types of poverty are:
Weiss and Montgomery (2004) classified the types of poverty according to the length of time, i.e., chronic poverty and transitory poverty. Chronic poverty means those who have been in poverty for a very long time. This type of poverty can further be differentiated according to those who are physically advantage and those who are physically disadvantage, that without welfare support they will continue to be in poverty. In addition, this type of poverty could be permanent. Transitory poverty means those who found themselves in poverty unexpectedly within a short period of time, due to adverse shocks. This type of poverty could be temporal.
Zaman (2000) considered the types of poverty in terms of land ownership. These are; ultra poverty which means a condition where people are having not up to ten decimal of land. Moderate poverty means people with more than ten decimals of land.
In addition, Oshewolo (2010); World Bank (2000); Rocha (1998) and Bradshaw (2006) concluded that poverty is in two types. The absolute poverty and relative poverty. Absolute poverty means inability to attend a minimum standard
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