World poverty is still a huge problem that we face every day. Billions of people around the globe are living in extreme poverty, as figures show that nearly 10% of the world’s population lives below the World Bank poverty line of $1.90 per day. Almost half the world (nearly 4 billion people) lives with a household income of below $2.50 per day.
Building a sustainable future means finding ways to meet the needs of the present without sacrificing the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. It requires a unified, collaborative and global approach that isn’t bound by cultures, conditions or continents.
The overall objective of reducing world poverty is to connect with the people who are living in extreme poverty and create different opportunities for them to increase their daily income.