Quinsigamond Community College Poverty Eradication Paper
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In the poverty topic, we will first discover the different types of poverty. Most people think of poverty as one thing, being poor. But in reality, there are many different classifications of poverty. After we identify the separate classifications, we will use a logical approach, rather than an emotional approach, to conclude the many reasons poverty exists. We must always find out why things happen before we can figure out how to fix them. Finally in this topic, we willIn the poverty topic, we will first discover the different types of poverty. Most people think of poverty as one thing, being poor. But in reality, there are many different classifications of poverty. After we identify the separate classifications, we will use a logical approach, rather than an emotional approach, to conclude the many reasons poverty exists. We must always find out why things happen before we can figure out how to fix them. Finally in this topic, we will develop a plan with a goal of eradicating (making extinct) local poverty. Big stuff! Let’s get busy!

Task:

  1. Spend your time this week watching, reading, and examining the links I have provided on the subject of Poverty. You may even find some of your own as you search through my links. You should read through the data, which is known as quantifiable information. Quantifiable information is anything that can be specifically measured. A cup of flour added to a recipe is quantifiable. You can easily measure a cup, over and over again. Earnings, cost, debt, and savings, for example are all quantifiable.
  2. As you go through the videos and websites, think critically about the types of poverty.
  3. Take a moment and identify two different people. One who you perceive as rich, one who you perceive as poor. Split a piece of paper into two sections and make a comparison worksheet. List on one half all the QUALITIES you see in the rich person’s life that make them rich. Do the same on the other half of paper, only list the QUALITIES you see that make the poor person’s life poor. Each section should have at least 20 entries. These people can be anyone, and need not be named specifically. But you must create this document. If you hand write this, please transfer your comparison worksheet to WORD after you finish.
  4. Qualities are not specifically measurable. What you like about a cupcake is not that is contains one cup of flour, but you love the taste, the texture, the creamy frosting. These are qualities that have no measurement. You have now investigated two critical parts to research: quality and quantity.
  5. After making your observations, come to a conclusion as to how you might end poverty. Can we end tragic hunger? Can we stop so many children from living in poverty? What is the solution? I bet you have some great ideas. Write a three paragraph essay that deals with the solution to poverty.
    1. Paragraph one should illustrate the problem of poverty,
    2. Paragraph two should examine the inequity between rich and poor, as YOU see it.
    3. And paragraph three should contain solutions to solving the poverty problem. Your paper should be the best work you have done this semester. Write it with pride. Be sure no spelling errors or grammar problems exist. Post it, along with your comparison worksheet to the discussion thread provided in the Poverty topic.
  6. Be sure to comment on three other student papers for full credit.

The rules: Your three paragraph essay should be at least 750 words (all together) and be well written, thoughtfully done, and your best work of the semester so far. Do look at the due date! And have fun with this project!


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Poverty Eradication
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Poverty Eradication
Introduction
Poverty is one of the major problems that is facing many countries in different parts of
the world. In fact, poverty can be considered as a global issue that is usually tackled at both local
and international levels. People are uniquely different and this is also justified by the fact that
people live a different type of life. We are in a world where there are different classes of people.
For so long, people have been divided into terms of earnings, what they own which has made
them fall under different classes of life. There are people who are considered to be extremely
poor and suffer a lot while other people are rich and live a life that is very luxurious. This paper
comprehensively discusses the different types of poverty, what causes poverty and how it can be
eradicated.
Description of current situation
Background
By definition, poverty refers to a situation where an individual or group of people does
not have enough resources such as money to meet their basic needs (Shah, 2016). These basic
needs include food, shelter, clothing, security, toilets and many more. People in such situations
will be described to be poor. To add, there are different types of poverty that exist in different
parts of the world. Some types of poverty may be similar in their aspects while others are totally
different and do not even relate. Government, as well as non-governmental organizations, have
been working tirelessly on different projects to help on eradicating poverty. As a matter of fact,
there are some cases where it has been taken as a collective responsibility by the government and

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NGOs to fight poverty in different areas where it is extreme. In order to successfully eradicate
poverty, it is i...

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