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1. Ways to Help

1.1. Moral Consolation

1.2. Social Media

1.3. Personal Financial Help

1.4. Fund Raising

1.5. Donate Groceries/Eatables

1.6. Collection Drive

1.7. Group Involvement/Volunteering Teams

1.8. Better Understanding

1.9. Donate Old Belongings

1.10. Education

2. What Organisations have been helping?

2.1. Global Goals

2.2. Outreach International

2.3. Opportunity International

3. Quotes

3.1. “I have learned so much from my Trust Group, including how to save and manage money properly. Now, because of Opportunity, my business has been more successful and I have been able to pay for my children’s education.” -Sheilah Jjumba, clothing store owner, Uganda ( From Opportunity International )

3.2. From the 'Less than Human' series. A large cargo boat is seen in Songkhla Port, Thailand. 09/03/2014. Photographer Chris Kelly worked undercover to expose the link between prawns being sold in big name supermarkets, and the slaves who live and work on Thai fishing boats miles out to sea. -Unknown

3.3. Rajshahi, Bangladesh, January 2013. Dipa is 13 years old and has been engaged in prostitution for five months. She used to go to school, but stopped in class three after her family could no longer afford to send her. Her two sisters are also engaged in prostitution, but clients prefer to visit Dipa as she is the youngest of the three. She gets between four or five clients and earns about 1,200 Taka (US$15) a day. - Unknown

4. How Are We Doing?

4.1. The people directly affected by the problems or issues of poverty in the community have to be actively and authentically participating in the efforts to fight poverty

4.2. Create an organised group within the community to help many people rather than working with a few individuals.

4.3. The people affected need to identify the issues.

4.4. People in poverty need to understand that they can often address and solve their own issues

4.5. Fighting poverty takes time

5. Statistics

5.1. In 2016, there was a estimate that 48.8 Million People are in some form of modern slavery in 167 countries.

5.2. 58% of these 48.8 Million people come from these 5 countries: India, China, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Uzbekistan.

5.3. The countries with the highest estimated prevalence of modern slavery

5.4. Those countries with the highest absolute numbers of people in modern slavery are...

5.5. The countries with the lowest estimated prevalence of modern slavery by the proportion of their population are

5.6. Out of the 161 countries Living In Slavery...

5.7. Those governments taking the least action to combat modern slavery are ...

5.8. Some wealthier and more stable countries have also taken little action in combating modern slavery. When correlated against GDP (PPP), these countries include Qatar, Singapore, Kuwait, Brunei, Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Oman, Japan and South Korea.

5.9. In 2016, the Walk Free Foundation has included a measure on state-sanctioned forced labour in the government response rating.

5.10. When correlated against GDP (PPP), countries which have a relatively strong response despite fewer resources are the Philippines, Brazil, Georgia, Jamaica, Croatia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Moldova, Albania and Serbia.

5.11. According to the World Bank, more than one billion people today live on less than $1 per day.

5.12. Governments

6. Stories

6.1. Here is a story that talks about how it felt to live across the USA in poverty. It has 7 different story and includes different views. http://gawker.com/true-stories-of-life-on-the-dole-poverty-from-state-to-1698532894