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Imagine a World Without Poverty
Category: Microcredit | By SDR, 7-Jun-2018 | Viewed 271  Comments 0 | Source Ed Temple

What does it take to create a world without poverty?



We can see the end of extreme poverty by 2030! The World Bank and the United Nations prefer "No Poverty" as the first of the Sustainable Development Goals. Roll up your sleeves and join a group of global experts as we learn, collaborate and build projects that will finish that job to end extreme
poverty by 2030.
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Imagine a world


One of the greatest opportunities in our time is to see the end of extreme poverty by 2030. The World Bank and the United Nations prefer "No Poverty" as the rst of the Sustainable Development Goals.
> Less poverty means more income and better health
> More income means more food
> More food means children grow to their full height and full mental capacity
> More income means more children in school
> More educated children means nations are rebuilt from the ground up to tackle their biggest challenges.

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Most observers agree with what needs to be done. The question is how?

The scale of projects that Rotary can nance is small compared to the challenge, but small,
groundbreaking, well documented initiatives can move the needle on how to best achieve the end
of extreme poverty. During the Summit you will have the chance to dive in with the experts as you
design a series of $100,000 projects that will have an ongoing impact on the lives of people living
in ultra-poverty. It is these kinds of projects that can be built to a scale that make a difference.

www.endultrapoverty.ca

Ed Temple - ed@xp4u.ca
Mel Wilson - melwilson@mjwilsoninc.com
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