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Franklin
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Franklin

Franklin is 16. Both his mother and father have passed away. He is living with his grandmother. For ten years now the grandmother has been providing for him and his siblings. He was a student of FoRNAB High School Kedjom Keku (B.B) were he dropped out in 2014. mFor ten years now the grand mother...

Rose
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Rose

Rose is 23 years. She has 10 siblings.  She was a student of Ayungeh Evening School Belo. She was living with her mother, she dropped out of school in 2011, when her father passed away. She believe that education is a secure way for a better life.

Emile
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Emile

Emile is 15. She has 7 siblings. She was a student of G.H.S Njinikom. She dropped out for lack of sponsorship. Her mother has been supporting them but in recent years has been facing great financial hardship. She desire to complete secondary education at least.

Benis
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Benis

Benis is 12 years old with 6 siblings. She dropped out of following the death of her father. She was a pupil of C.B.C Mugheff where she obtained the First School Leaving Certificate (F.S.L.C). She moved to live with the uncle hoping that he will have pity and sponsor her to school.

CRESS Capital, a Sustainable Poverty Alleviation Tool
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CRESS Capital, a Sustainable Poverty Alleviation Tool

Poverty is a cause or consequence of social, economic, political injustices including geographical marginalization and greed. Its symptoms are many and varied including high rates of preventable diseases: infant mortality, malnutrition, low education and participation in decision making, violence, HIV/AIDS and limited opportunities in communities around the world. To alleviate poverty requires a multi-facet approach....

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Faces of Poverty
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Faces of Poverty

Poverty mean different things to different people. Abject poverty means different situations to the same people at different times. Here are some responses to the question “what does poverty mean to you” asked to our target clientele the poor over a period of 15 years. These responses are from people with different geographic, culture, family...

December 5, 2017December 11, 2017by
What is Poverty
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What is Poverty

Poverty is a cause or consequence of social, economic, political injustices including geographical marginalization and greed.  The symptoms of poverty are many and varied. They include high rates of preventable diseases: infant mortality, malnutrition, low education and participation in decision making, violence, HIV/AIDS and limited opportunities in communities around the world. Problems facing the poor...

December 5, 2017December 11, 2017by