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    Poverty in a world so rich, is nonsense

    35 Excellent Photos To Express The Poverty

    old tyres | rest | sleep | sleeping | moment captured | homeless | break | relax | kick back | burnt rubber | tyre graveyard | poverty | black white | homelessness | wheels | | tread |

    Lord Snowdon - Sunday Times Magazine 29th August 1965 'Some Of Our Children' UK Child Poverty Report

    Early Morning Mist. Atmospheric misty morning at French canal. By Madeleine Photography.

    poverty This is something most of us choose to ignore. Ignoring it is wrong. No one in our country should have to live like this.

    29,000 people die everyday from hunger related problems. Mostly in third world countries. If only we could let everyone know and stop it this instant.

    'The Elderly': Idamise Pierre leans against a tree, her withered skin resembling its bark, as she waits to bathe at the Azil Communal Home for the Aging. With weary resignation, the elderly have endured decades of Haiti's poverty and political turmoil and in their twilight years are now left with heavy hearts by the earthquake that eternally altered their lives. photograph taken by Nikki Kahn

    Poverty. We live in a bubble of ignorant bliss here in America, but the harsh reality is that around 50% of the world lives on less than $2 a day. We must stop this "It's not our problem" mindset. These are our brothers and sisters and it is our duty to help them.

    The World Hunger-Food Choice Connection: A Summary: Realize that 82% of the world’s starving children live in countries where food is fed to animals that are then killed and eaten by more well off individuals in developed countries like the US, UK, and in Europe.

    "Be the change you wish to see in the world." Help us alleviate poverty and human suffering by visiting the link and donating! Fundraising Page - Heifer Project International

    child in biafra 1969 | foto: don mccullin

    Just think ~ if you focused on helping these children ~ instead of hating others ~ what a different world this would be...

    Boy receiving his father's funeral flag.

    In memory of my mother who died of brain cancer