Poverty and Wealth Revision

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Absolute Poverty
Not enough money to afford basic things - food, water, etc.
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Relative Poverty
Enough money for basic things (food, water. etc.) but not enough for what is considered 'luxeries' (games, etc.)
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Causes of Poverty
Corruption, natural disasters, economics, war, family
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MEDC vs. LEDC
More Economically Developed Country vs. Less Economically Developed Country
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Poverty Cycle
Reason why people remain poor: Lack of food - Hunger - No energy - Unable to work - No money - Lack of food, and so forth
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[QUOTE] Short Term Aid vs. Long Term Aid
“Give a man a fish feed him for a day, teach a man to fish feed him for life.”
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Christian Aid
Is a charity that provides people with aid in their time of need (set up in 1945)
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Agape
Selfless, Christian love - or, kindless, generosity and consideration.
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Wealth
Some Christians think it is okay to be wealth as long as you donate where possible
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Financial Ruin
Christians also think you shouldn't aim to be wealth, as the want for money could lead to financial gain.
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Iona Community and John Laing
Case Studies. Each have contrasting view on wealth.
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Fair Trade
Farmers paid a fair price for their produce [i.e. cocoa]
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Card 2

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Relative Poverty

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Enough money for basic things (food, water. etc.) but not enough for what is considered 'luxeries' (games, etc.)

Card 3

Front

Causes of Poverty

Back

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Card 4

Front

MEDC vs. LEDC

Back

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Card 5

Front

Poverty Cycle

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