The reason why Direct Relief and other nonprofits exist is we do something an individual can't do on their own, like warehouse and supply, medic aid, and scale.
But now there are a number of platforms where you can give directly to a person who's affected." Direct Relief is an award-winning humanitarian aid organization, active in all 50 states and more than 80 countries.
People who do not have technical education today have less and less opportunities in the job market.
I never needed anyone to do my homework for me until I got a part-time job in college.
Who the poor are today is quite different from those called poor in an earlier period.
In the 19th century and even more than half of the 20th century, people living in villages (in India about 70 per cent of the population lives in villages) depended directly or indirectly mostly on agriculture (as landless labour or small farmers) for their livelihood, having a very small mud thatched hut, were regarded as poor.The change in technology has changed the face of poverty.There is a great exodus of population from villages to urban areas in search of jobs.Nonetheless, there are numerous ways which you contribute towards the cause of further eradicating poverty.Direct Relief is an award-winning humanitarian aid organization, active in all 50 states and more than 80 countries.Fortunately, rates of extreme poverty are falling around the globe, and drastically so, thanks to the advent of government reforms/market liberalization.As reassuring as it can be to remain conscientious of the significant progress occuring in our world, however, millions still remain under the poverty line; economic progress, while ongoing, is not inevitable, and still necessitates committed efforts as a society to ensure the welfare of all people.According to UNDP report (1996), 39 per cent of the rural population was living below the poverty line or earning less than Rs 2,444 per person per year.This figure might have changed a bit due to the implementation of many rural development and Garibi Hatao (poverty eradication) programmes but still most of the village India is suffering the consequences of poverty.In extreme winter, they sometimes freeze to death in certain areas.In rural areas, they live in mud thatched small huts and in urban areas in ghettos (slums), devoid of all basic utilities—water, latrines, bathrooms, electricity, etc.