All posts tagged with: poverty

Minimize Child Labour and Poverty

Publicado 20 de septiembre de 2013 no picture Venkat

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It is a known fact that poverty is one of the reason for child labor, if we need to keep the children in the school we need to bring up them above the poverty level, so that the basic need of the family is served and the education becomes the priority. Education is the only solution for poverty,We could make this happen as a team, even if we could pay these children a small stipend, it could be good enough. A small initiative such as social fashion, say a accessory made out o...


See Me Not Poverty

Publicado 25 de septiembre de 2013 no picture BreedCompassion

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See Me Not Poverty The notion is simple – look beyond poverty to really see the human being you are dealing with. As simplistic as it sounds I really feel that this mentality fails to be adopted by the mass. For example, most people feel pity and sorrow for the victims of poverty we see in UNICEF or Save the Children adverts but aside from the sadness do we really think about who the person displayed in front of us is. Do we think about their hopes and dreams? Do we think b...


#DayofTheGirl; When a Little Girl Speaks about Happiness

Publicado 9 de octubre de 2013 Avatar Aulia Maharani Karli

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October 11th is the Day of the Girl. Time for the girls declare what they want, to tell the world about the girls’ rights and to prove that they are able to do whatever they want in a good way and care. On that day, all the girls are expecting justice and happiness. Just like Ramonah 8 years old, a street singer. At that time, during the day in the South Jakarta. I was on the way to return home. On the bus, I saw a girl singing to entertain the passengers and find money. Because...


3 Rupees meal made possible in Pakistan

Publicado 12 de octubre de 2013 Avatar Rehman Siddiq

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In a country of 180 million people, how much importance is attached to the single individual? Attempt in your own way to grapple with this question: can an individual become an institution? How much does one human being count for in the entirety and cacophony of a diverse nation? All too often, the news is a sobering reminder of the downward trajectory Pakistan, achieved with the supreme sacrifice of blood and initially conceived as a dream, has been undergoing especially in the wa...


Malala's Brave Namesake

Publicado 25 de octubre de 2013 no picture Kriyana Reddy

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We owe it to Malala and many others who share her ideals to refuse to allow the radicals to win the battle of perceptions..."

Fuente: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/26/opinion/internat...

Malala's Brave Namesake By WILLIAM DALRYMPLE Published: October 25, 2013 NEW DELHI — Ever since Malala Yousafzai recovered from her shooting by the Taliban last year, she has been universally honored: As well as a nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize, she has been given everything from the Mother Teresa Award to a place in Time Magazine’s “100 Most Influential People in the World.” Malala’s extraordinary bravery and commitment to peace and the education of women is ind...


Where there is love, there is life.

Publicado 30 de octubre de 2013 no picture BreedCompassion

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I write this blog after the devastating news that Janet, a six- year old little girl, from Manila has passed away. My friend had done some occupational therapy sessions with Janet, and the family treated Janet like she was a precious gem – and that she was. Janet lived in a slum area in Metro Manila. I find myself thinking the same thought process over and over and over. This is so unfair, unjust…NOT RIGHT! WHY?!?! Janet suffered from serious health issues. If she were in the U...


Service--What is it?

Publicado 1 de noviembre de 2013 no picture Kriyana Reddy

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There are many poor, sick, underprivileged people in the world. Of course, all of us can say that we knew that. We can say that we saw it on the news one day or that our history teacher was discussing some vague issue in some ambiguous manner with us; but what are we doing about it? Poverty and suffering have a very obvious correlation that we can link with a slew of statistics and data. However, I'm not here to give you that litany of things. I'm here to do and help you do what...


Why Should We Teach Children About Non-Violence?

Publicado 8 de noviembre de 2013 no picture Kriyana Reddy

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Everybody learns about wars in their history classes. The basics include: who fought, what was the cause, and who won? But do we teach children about the real information behind wars? Do we teach our kids that during wars, millions of people may die just by being caught in the crossfire or that servant citizens by the hundreds of thousands may have lost their lives on the battlefield? Why do we speak of wars with such reverence and pride that we have forgotten what the real objecti...


Education as a tool to stop child marriage and fight poverty? New Podcast

Publicado 12 de noviembre de 2013 no picture UNICEF Education

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Every year, an estimated 23 million girls aged under 15 are married worldwide with little or no say in the matter. In our newly launched podcast discussion series with the United Nations Girls’ Education Initiative (UNGEI) called "Changing the World for Girls,” we spoke to two experts (Dr. Adefunke Ekine and Dr. Judith-Ann Walker) on how to leverage education as a tool to stop child marriage and fight poverty. Read the full article and listen to the podcast here: uni.cf/1aJfO...


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