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Poverty as a Challenge
CLASS - 9
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Poverty as a Challenge
CLASS - 9
Poverty is a state of financial deprivation characterized by
a lack of basic necessities, including adequate food,
shelter, and access to essential services, due to limited
income or resources. It often results in poor living
conditions and limited opportunities for individuals and
communities.
What is Poverty?
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Poverty as a Challenge
CLASS - 9
Poverty is a state of financial deprivation characterized by
a lack of basic necessities, including adequate food,
shelter, and access to essential services, due to limited
income or resources. It often results in poor living
conditions and limited opportunities for individuals and
communities.
What is Poverty?
Hunger and Lack of Shelter: It involves not having enough food to eat
and lacking proper shelter.
Lack of Education: Poverty can prevent parents from sending their
children to school, perpetuating the cycle of illiteracy.
Inadequate Healthcare: Poor individuals often cannot afford medical
treatment or access clean water and sanitation facilities.
Lack of Job Opportunities: It refers to the absence of regular
employment that provides a minimum standard of living.
Helplessness: Poverty leads to a sense of helplessness, where
individuals face mistreatment in various aspects of life, including in
farms, factories, government offices, hospitals, and railway stations.
Poverty encompasses several aspects, including:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
What is Poverty?
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Poverty as a Challenge
CLASS - 9
Poverty is a state of financial deprivation characterized by
a lack of basic necessities, including adequate food,
shelter, and access to essential services, due to limited
income or resources. It often results in poor living
conditions and limited opportunities for individuals and
communities.
What is Poverty?
Hunger and Lack of Shelter: It involves not having enough food to eat
and lacking proper shelter.
Lack of Education: Poverty can prevent parents from sending their
children to school, perpetuating the cycle of illiteracy.
Inadequate Healthcare: Poor individuals often cannot afford medical
treatment or access clean water and sanitation facilities.
Lack of Job Opportunities: It refers to the absence of regular
employment that provides a minimum standard of living.
Helplessness: Poverty leads to a sense of helplessness, where
individuals face mistreatment in various aspects of life, including in
farms, factories, government offices, hospitals, and railway stations.
Poverty encompasses several aspects, including:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
What is Poverty?
1.Urban Case: Ram Saran
Ram Saran is a daily wage laborer in a flour mill near Ranchi,
Jharkhand. He earns approximately Rs. 1500 per month while
supporting a family of six, including his elderly parents. Despite his
wife and son also working, their combined income is insufficient to
afford education for their four children, who are deprived of
attending school. The family lives in a one-room rented house on
the outskirts of the city, and the children suffer from
undernourishment, inadequate clothing, footwear, and limited
access to healthcare.
Two Typical Cases of Poverty
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Poverty as a Challenge
CLASS - 9
Poverty is a state of financial deprivation characterized by
a lack of basic necessities, including adequate food,
shelter, and access to essential services, due to limited
income or resources. It often results in poor living
conditions and limited opportunities for individuals and
communities.
What is Poverty?
Hunger and Lack of Shelter: It involves not having enough food to eat
and lacking proper shelter.
Lack of Education: Poverty can prevent parents from sending their
children to school, perpetuating the cycle of illiteracy.
Inadequate Healthcare: Poor individuals often cannot afford medical
treatment or access clean water and sanitation facilities.
Lack of Job Opportunities: It refers to the absence of regular
employment that provides a minimum standard of living.
Helplessness: Poverty leads to a sense of helplessness, where
individuals face mistreatment in various aspects of life, including in
farms, factories, government offices, hospitals, and railway stations.
Poverty encompasses several aspects, including:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
What is Poverty?
1.Urban Case: Ram Saran
Ram Saran is a daily wage laborer in a flour mill near Ranchi,
Jharkhand. He earns approximately Rs. 1500 per month while
supporting a family of six, including his elderly parents. Despite his
wife and son also working, their combined income is insufficient to
afford education for their four children, who are deprived of
attending school. The family lives in a one-room rented house on
the outskirts of the city, and the children suffer from
undernourishment, inadequate clothing, footwear, and limited
access to healthcare.
Two Typical Cases of Poverty Two Typical Cases of Poverty
Story of Ram Saran
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