Children are born with a low birth weight and there are high mortality rates, malnutrition and starvation. Poverty also affects learning and development in children which results in a continent full of illiterate people, resulting in them not being able to find employment and earn a decent income to meet their daily needs. Not earning a decent income also results in parents not being able to take their children to schools which creates what is called a “cycle of poverty”. Emotional
Introduction: Poverty refers to a situation when people are deprived of basic necessities of life. It is often characterized by inadequacy of food, shelter and clothes. In other words, poverty refers to a state of privation where there is a lack of essential needs for subsistence. India is one of the poorest countries in the world. Many Indian people do not get two meals a day.
However, it has always been neglected as the poor need to ensure their problem of food and clothing firstly. Although the number of children of school age who are out of school has sharply decreased from 103million form 1999 to 73million in 2006, the education quality is not high enough (Banerjee, A., Banerjee, A.V., & Duflo, E.,2011). Due to hard living environment in poor countries, only elite have the chance of get better education (Banerjee, A., Banerjee, A.V., & Duflo, E.,2011).If there are two or more boys in a family, only the smartest can get to higher level of school cause education may cost a lot. And even when education is free for some of them as a subsidy,
Poor education and low employment rate is a big cause of poverty because it’s what earns individuals their money. The connection is, once a country’s government doesn’t have enough money to pay for quality education, nobody grows up to find a job, so nobody makes money, this continues to happen until the country’s population ends up not being able to afford basically anything. Problems turn up very quickly once education becomes unaffordable, the amount of doctors in a country begin to decrease due to unemployment, which may cause an untreatable disease to spread one day. Countries might not be able to recover from natural disasters because there was nobody to rebuild the damaged houses. People become unattached to their lives, living for no reason.
As a child you can not control where you live and what your parents do for work, so growing up in poverty cannot be controlled in a situation like that. When someone grows up in poverty that’s all they know, so as an adult it is rare too see people in poverty make changes to try and get out of poverty because living in poverty is the norm for them. Poverty can be a vicious cycle for some families that goes from generation to generation. Another personal issue that can lead to poverty is illness and unemployment which puts someone out of work and there is little to no income coming in. Along with these personal issues that I stated there are also many
Poverty Around The World What is the poverty? Some people consider themselves to be poor not being able to buy a bigger house or a more expensive car, but there are some people out there cannot even afford to buy some groceries for their children. According to The World Bank Organization, poverty is hunger, a lack of shelter, being sick and not being able to see a doctor, not having the access to school and not knowing how to read. Poverty is not having a job, in fear for future, living one day at a time. (What is Poverty?)
Many people in Pakistan are suffering from poverty. They have no food to eat , no water to drink, no home for shelter and no clothes to wear. This is only because of over population. Social workers should give awareness to people to control on reproducing many children. • Illiteracy: Illiteracy is the main stream by which everything in this country blocked.
Global Poverty 1) What exactly is the problem, and why do you believe this to be so important? State of being extremely poor People don't have enough food People are starving Illness No education allows for them to be stuck where there are and have a very difficult time getting out of it. They can not get jobs because no one wants to hire them 2) In what way is the problem a regional issue? (Is this problem unique to a part of the world or is it global?) This problem is global Half of the population is living in poverty More than 3 billion people live on less than $2.50 a day More than 1.3 billion people live on $1.25 a day 1 billion children worldwide live in poverty (one in two children) 22,000 children die each year as a result of poverty
They don’t have food to eat, place to sleep and clothes to wear. It is one of the biggest social problems of our country. Government should provide facilities to the poor, only then this social problem can be controlled. UNEMPLOYMENT: The people who get the education are unemployed. They don’t find the jobs; even if they do it’s not according to their fields.
These people are in desperate need of assistance. This year residents of drought impacted villages in Polonnoruwa, Monaragala, Puttalam, Batticalo and Hambantota districts do not have any food sources no money to make necessary preparations or their festivals upcoming and the day to day life as well. When I visited the villages, the farmers lamented that they never bought rice for money but this time they are forced to buy rice for money and this has brought down their livelihood to a level that they cannot even believe they were. Meanwhile, other jobs they find do not give them a proper income for their life. They are left with many uncertainties of life die to destruction of natural resources.