Title

Effect of Poverty on Education in Communities

Advisor(s)

Nathan Joseph

Advisor(s)

Madhav Parthasarathy

Document Type

Presentation

Type

Information Motivating Public Activism (IMPACT)

UN Sustainable Development Goal

UNSDG #1: No Poverty

Start Date

29-4-2020 10:45 AM

End Date

29-4-2020 11:00 AM

Abstract

Our website is dedicated to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal: End poverty in all its forms everywhere. The first page of our website further defines what this goal is and lists several statistics about poverty that depict how grave the poverty’s impact is. Listed towards the bottom of the first page are possible ways to help achieve the ending of poverty. The methods suggested are either donating money to or volunteering at one of the mentioned organizations. The second page begins with a bar graph illustrating the differences between the annual income of developed countries versus that of developing countries. Then, the page shifts to an article comparing the experiences people in poverty face compared to the everyday life of people who don’t experience poverty. There are two other articles, both of them blog posts, on this site- one on the relationship between unemployment, education, and poverty, and one on the effects of poverty on inadequate nutrition and how to fight these negative effects on society. Also included with the blog post articles were plotted charts with relevant statistics about the articles’ content.

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Effect of Poverty on Education in Communities

Our website is dedicated to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal: End poverty in all its forms everywhere. The first page of our website further defines what this goal is and lists several statistics about poverty that depict how grave the poverty’s impact is. Listed towards the bottom of the first page are possible ways to help achieve the ending of poverty. The methods suggested are either donating money to or volunteering at one of the mentioned organizations. The second page begins with a bar graph illustrating the differences between the annual income of developed countries versus that of developing countries. Then, the page shifts to an article comparing the experiences people in poverty face compared to the everyday life of people who don’t experience poverty. There are two other articles, both of them blog posts, on this site- one on the relationship between unemployment, education, and poverty, and one on the effects of poverty on inadequate nutrition and how to fight these negative effects on society. Also included with the blog post articles were plotted charts with relevant statistics about the articles’ content.