Global poverty is assessment as the state of individual having scarcity of material possessions, or capital. Poverty or hardships refer to the lack of human basic needs, which involves food, water, sanitation, clothing, shelter, health care and education. However, we must come too accepting why is quarter of the world’s nations are poorer. What is the reason for such behavior? How can we approach these problems affecting these unfortunate nations? You might be wondering how can a world with wealth and lot of resources to help humans, but yet many nations live in endless poverty.
Should we come to understanding that the poor will always be a part of the human race, or will we ever find salutations to put an end to poverty? However, the 21st century statistic says otherwise. Approximately 40% individuals of the world 6.5billions live in poverty. According to the World Bank most of them are living off two dollar per day or less. Moreover, about 1 billion people actually living on a dollar a day budget. These are people living in desperate poverty. Furthermore, these people have limited or no access to clean water, medical care, and education system; have little hope of life improvement. Imagine living on less than the cost for a coffee at a Starbucks cafe. You might not be able to paint a picture of that, but in reality many people around the world have to go through this struggle daily. Hunger is standard and plays large portions of your time consuming around the world. Imagine waking up knowing you have nothing to eat, or drink. People in poorer countries spend hours trying to get water to drink and fuel for cooking and heating. On the other hand, they also do hard brutal physical work; which majority of the time they received some sort of payment or at nothing at all.
What can we do about poverty relief in the 21st century? First we must to come understanding that in other for the national economies to grow and generate benefits for poor nations will require two needs to be met. The international economic and political systems must inspire, rather than discourage, economic growth in poor nations. Authority in poorer countries must be substantially improved (Stacy D. VanDeveer). It wouldn’t be an easy task; however it took a lot of trials efforts to transitioning Eastern and Central Europe from a communism mind set, also ending the Apartheid in South Africa, levitating the usual living condition for over a hundred million in China, and lifting millions of Latin Americans out of poverty. These were all difficult task, however they stay committed and got it done.
We must have particular beliefs about why a quarter of the world’s nations are becoming poorer. What could be the reason? Most of the countries experiencing poverty come from conflict with in the country. Most poor countries experience wars some ended why other nations have constant or continuing wars. Some countries become lacking of improvement due corruption from the government....