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Transcript of GLOBAL POVERTY
What is Global Poverty?
Global poverty is when one lacks:
- Clean water
How did poverty begin?
Poverty began through the presence of:
- Fertile crescent
- Ruling of others
- economic based society
Effects of Poverty
Child Poverty [Economic]
Forced Labour [Political]
Voices of the poor are not heard [Social]
Case Study: Ethiopia
Poverty seen in Ethiopia
- Majority dependent on agriculture
- Low income of farmers
Further analyzing Ethiopia
Solutions and why they don't occur
- U.S, Canada & EU does not want this to happen
- Keeps developing countries dependent.
Possible Solutions to solve Global Poverty
Solving World Hunger [Economic]
Having an Equal food distribution
Increasing Fair Trade [Economic/ Social]
Investing for schools/ Health Centers [Economic/ Political]
Increases life expectancy
Helps citizens by providing them with food & water
Food for Work/ Education programs [Economic/ Political]
Future generation more independent
Educating women [Economic/ Social]
Less population suffering from poverty
Prioritize Poverty [Social]
Less Divide between rich and poor [Economic]
Although previous solutions are hard to achieve, there are still some organizations that relieve developing nations from poverty.
Some of the many organizations include:
Why these solutions are difficult to achieve
World Hunger [Economic]
Unequal distribution of food
Trading is unfair
Local farms not subsidized
Fair Trade [Political]
WTO want developing nations poor
Investing for schools/ health centers [Political]
Where will they get the money from? Loans?
Aid [Social/ Economic/ Political]
More dependent on aid
Food for work/ education programs [Economic]
If food problems are solved, how will they earn money for other needs?
Educating women [Social]
Women rights are limited in developing world
Prioritizing Poverty [Social]
Ads are depicted wrongfully
Less Divide between rich and poor nations [Economic]
Rich are getting richer, poor are getting poorer
Global poverty is preventable in the 21st century, however this task is difficult since it is an obstacle to get a world that is 100% poverty-free.