Denis Chege (Tigithi)

Hi guys. How have you all been. Hope youve been great. Ive not updated you for weeks which was due to some misunderstandings here and there in our school. But now everything has been settled. last time posted I promised to research at how the earth is evolving; that is in terms of poverty.Here are some of the information I got from some articles. Research shows that Nearly 1 billion people have been taken out of extreme poverty in 20 years. The world should aim to do the same again and there...Read More...
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What is poverty?...Is it getting worse?...How can we stop it? hi guys i have recently been offline and im really sorry for that...The last time i posted on my project i promised to research on poverty in Ecuador Here are some of the information i came across ; The 1998/99 crisis the 2000 dollarization and their effect on poverty, the 19998 to 1999 macro economic crisis had devastating an lasting effect,particularly in rural areas in the Costa hurt by el nino,it caused prices of tradable...Read More...
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What is Poverty, Is it getting worse, How can we stop it? This week I was reviewing an article which I got and it was all about mobile banking system in Kenya and how it is helping to reduce poverty. It was believed that people formerly used to do their savings in their house because most of the banks were insufficient sometimes, because of the queues, banks were far from some households e.t.c. so there was a need in getting a better way to solve all these problems and the solution to all of...Read More...
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Hi guys this week as I thought about poverty some of the questions which came in mind were; How is poverty created? Why is growth the only answer? Who is developing who? Some of the answers I got to these questions. How is poverty created? The basic assumption of the SDGs is that mass poverty is essentially a natural condition that exists only when we’re not trying to get rid of it, (you can check out our assessment of this in our linguistic analysis ), but this isn’t accurate at all. It...Read More...
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Poverty in India

Denis Chege (Tigithi)
Hi guys,Last time on my research on poverty i looked at it in India..........now this week i decided to look on the possible ways to reduce them on which i came up with: Creating Good Jobs solutions to poverty Creating jobs, both in the United States and abroad, is a great way to reduce poverty. When people have jobs, they have income, and when people have income, they can more easily get themselves out of poverty. The UN says that “unemployment and underemployment lies at the core of...Read More...
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Hi guys, Sorry for not being active for the past few weeks. I was a little bit cought up but now Im good. Inquiry question; What is poverty, Is it getting worse, How can we stop it? Last time on my project I had posted about a visit to a food bank in Port Moody, and promised to do a short comparison about poverty in Kenya and Canada and here is a brief summary of what I got... Kenya(1) Kenya is the economic and transport hub of East Africa. Kenya's real GDP growth has averaged over 5% for...Read More...
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Poverty - Food Banks in Canada

Denis Chege (Tigithi)
Last time in my project I promised to make a comparison between poverty in Kenya and Canada. First of all I started by visiting a food bank in Port Moody. At the food bank we met people who worked as volunteers, some of them were students who are still in High School.We then went to Mrs. Jamer and Mrs. Battista who also worked as volunteers in the food bank. They also helped us in answering the questions. We started by asking about the history of the food bank and this one started in 1972,...Read More...
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Poverty.

Denis Chege (Tigithi)
Hi guys, This time I decided to talk about the defination of poverty and types of poverty, Before I research on poverty in Kenya and Canada, The differences and similarities. Poverty: Many people understand that poverty is not having enough money to meet basic needs, Including food,clothing and shelter... But I came to understand its defination is more than that; Poverty is hunger, Poverty is lack of shelter, Poverty is not being able to see a doctor when sick, Poverty is not having access...Read More...
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The Burn

Denis Chege (Tigithi)
" How do the disable feel among the able and what are the ways I can make it more accessible for them?" Moses Waruingi A ccording to my understanding He or she will behave according to how you treat him or her, If you just treat him normally just like any other person he or she will feel as if she is normal and behave like any normal being.Read More...

POVERTY IN KENYA.

Denis Chege (Tigithi)
What is poverty?Is it getting worse?How can we solve it? hi guys…I’ve currently been offline because of exams but now im free..Last time n my pos I had promised you to focus on poverty in Kenya and I decided to start with “hints” on poverty in Kenya and what are its causes ; causes of poverty in Kenya. The causes of poverty in Kenya include;extreme unequal distribution of wealth,diseases like malaria and HIV/AIDS have increased poverty. Kenya's prospects for long-term growth are among the...Read More...
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POVERTY IN GHANA. Overall poverty in Ghana has declined and Ghana has positioned itself as one of the more developed nations in Sub-Saharan Africa. The proportion of Ghanaians described as poor in 2005/06 was 28.5%, falling from 39.5% in 1998/99. Those described as extremely poor declined from 26.8% to 18.2%.Ghana is on track to meeting the millennium development goals for income poverty, hunger, primary school completion, gender parity at school and access to water. However challenges still...Read More...
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POVERTY IN AFRICA.

Denis Chege (Tigithi)
What is poverty?Is it getting worse?How can we stop it? Hi guys as I promised to research on poverty in African countries.I decide to focus on poverty in Africa as a whole continent before I look at poverty in countries within it.Because it is one of the poor continents in the world but it is also the continent with most resources. Rural poverty in Africa. Africa is world’s second largest continent after Asia and has an estimated population of about 888million,poverty in Africa predominantly...Read More...
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POVERTY IN AFRICA.

Denis Chege (Tigithi)
What is poverty?Is it getting worse?How can we stop it? Hi guys as I promised to research on poverty in African countries.I decide to focus on poverty in Africa as a whole continent before I look at poverty in countries within it.Because it is one of the poor continents in the world but it is also the continent with most resources. Rural poverty in Africa. Africa is worlds second largest continent after Asia and has an estimated population of about 888million,poverty in Africa predominantly...Read More...
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