India has reached the top list in the extreme poor index in Southeast Asia. From 1900 to 2010, the poverty rate fell from 45% to 14% in southeast Asia. The official stats say that a substantial poverty decline was observed.
Poverty eradication is the foundation for economic growth, and it is the biggest challenge for our nation. Nearly 1.4 billion lives in India, and the average income of the poor is below 140 rupees per day on average, and if we don’t take action now, nothing will happen in the future.
55% of the farm sector contribution in India has done an excellent job during the lockdown. The
deadly Covid-19 lockdown has blown the employability of the people leading to sudden job
losses and reduced the productivity.
Primary education for all children is a need for the nation, and lots of government schools and nonprofits are promoting the right to education by considering the poor children in India. The pandemic has kept the lives of the underprivileged at the confusion crossroads.
Indian population has grown to more than one billion, and only around one-third of the people can read. The nation faces the most demanding challenges due to inadequate facilities and insufficient funds to provide nurtured and quality education for poor children in India.
We are proud of our growing economy when compared to the rest of the world. But this much
growth is not enough to secure the lives of 127 crore people, and many of them find it difficult to
get a suitable job.
A small contribution from your end can make miracles happen for the underprivileged lives.
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