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NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SANTA

CEIDUNS

“ POVERTY ”

Student’s name : Gómez Castillo Leonardo J.

Cycle : Conversation I

Days : Monday – Wednesday – Friday

Timetable : 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Teacher’s name :

Nuevo Chimbote – Peru

2019

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Dedication

To God for giving me wisdom and

understanding, for illuminating

every day of my life and for giving

me the strength and determination

necessary to undertake and

complete each proposed goal in

my life.

To my parents for their example

and unconditional support in front

of every challenge in my life, and

their constant motivation to

achieve my goals.

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Introduction

To solve the Poverty problem, we must define Poverty. The truth about the
economic approach, but also the factors that affect individuals, those that result
from economic deprivation. As an access to an adequate education, which allows
me to develop and stop being a simple workforce and an adequate family planning,
to have the children that can really be maintained, to satisfy not only their basic
needs, but also their development needs.

Due to this, there is mainly social inequality between rural areas where the highest
percentage of poverty is and urban areas. Since traditional agriculture requires a
large amount of labor, which has a large number of children, those who must take
care of domestic chores, often neglecting their studies and without their parents
being able to give pleasure to the attentions of the basic health and health.

In recent years, Peru has experienced unprecedented economic growth. Has this
economic growth become greater social equity in terms of both opportunities and
results for all Peruvians?

The social programs that have been implemented have been aimed at alleviating
poverty, but have not been easier to implement in the rural sector, or marginal
groups.

However, in recent years, industries have achieved what government policies have
not achieved: decentralize the country. With what occurred in the growth of the
provinces, where the need of the market is the most qualified workforce, with
regard to educational opportunities.

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INDEX
1. CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS……...…………………………………….. 5
1.1. ¿What is Poverty? …………………………………………………….5
1.2. Characteristics of Poverty …………………………………………..5
1.3. Types of Poverty ………………………………………………………6
1.3.1. Absolute Poverty …………………………………………...……..6
1.3.2. Educational Poverty ………………………………………………6
1.3.3. Poor Educational Extremes …...……………………………...…7
1.3.4. Moderate Educated Poor ……………………………………...…7
1.3.5. Poverty Services ……………………………………………...…...7
1.3.6. Poverty of Health …………………………………………………..8
1.4. Factors that influence Poverty ………………………………………8
2. RESULTS OF POVERTY ……………………………….……………………..10
2.1. Drugs trafficking and Money laundering ……………………...…..10
2.2. Prostitution ………………………………………………………...…...11
3. CONCLUSIONS ………………………………………………………………...12
4. BIBLIOGRAPHY ………………………………………………………………..12

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THE POVERTY

1. CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS

1.1. ¿WHAT IS POVERTY?

Poverty is a situation in which it is not possible to satisfy basic needs, that is why
poverty is closely linked to employment, to income from work or to the distribution
of resources or heritage, to illiteracy is one of the main consequences of poverty.
It can be seen, and above all, operationalized, as under-consumption due to
insufficient or unstable income.
Poverty is one of the main socio-economic problems faced by countries, especially
those in the process of development.
There are many factors and situations that generate poverty, and therefore,
measuring them to be able to formulate or design programs that allow their control,
solution or relief, has become the main concern of the designers of social and
economic politics.

1.2. CHARACTERISTICS OF POVERTY

The characteristics of poverty are its own intrinsic qualities and subject to the lack
of one or another socioeconomic line:

• Lack of Health

• Homelessness

• Lack of income

• Lack of employment

• Lack of stable Agriculture

• Lack of Nutrition

• Lack of Technology

• Lack of education

• Child mortality

Poverty is lack of resources to be able to live, without a missing resource, it falls


into the characteristic category. That is why some studies show that poverty is
relative.

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1.3. TYPES OF POVERTY

1.3.1. ABSOLUTE POVERTY

In the first case, it is stipulated that the poor must be differentiated from the non-
poor, establishing a minimum consume basket representative of the needs of the
society that is to be analyzed. This methodology allows the detection of critical
poverty, and within it extreme poverty. The critical poverty line is determined based
on the total cost of the consume basket, which includes food, housing, health,
clothing and other expenses. The extreme poverty line considers only the food
expenses.

1.3.2. EDUCATIONAL POVERTY

Educational poverty, as its name implies, is the lack of educational opportunities


both in the workplace and in education. It is said that the educational poor are the
people of 15 years and older without instruction. It can be subdivided into two
groups:
The poor Educational Extremes and the poor Moderate Educators.

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1.3.3. POOR EDUCATIONAL EXTREMES

The extreme poor educators [Without counting the indigent] are the adults with
some education but without complete primary.

1.3.4. MODERATE EDUCATED POOR

The Moderate educated poor [Without extreme poverty] are those who have the
primary school, but don’t have full high school.

1.3.5. POVERTY SERVICES

The indigence of services is the situation that can be suffered by the resident
inhabitants who have the three basic services: water, drainage and electricity,
below the "subjective" norms. I cite subjective because they are distanced from
reality and standards, because in underdeveloped nations we will always lack one
or two at the same time, or gradually.

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1.3.6. POVERTY OF HEALTH

Health Poverty is given a percentage number, and leaves the estimation of the
proportion of the national population of a zone, nation, country, that health
institutions in the public sector fail to cover adequately. Several indicators are
used: Personal doctor, beds, equipment.

1.4. FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE POVERTY.

As mentioned earlier, poverty is related to several factors:

• Illiteracy

• Health problems

• Land problems, territorial invasions, and migration problems

• High dependence on Agriculture

• Weather problems

• Wars

• Governmental Problems (Dictatorships, Government Corruption)

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A critical analysis made us understand that one of the factors that has caused the
most poverty has been the wars, which have left devastated the areas that
currently suffer from extreme poverty. This factor has degenerated precisely
because of the generational problems of the occupied territories, the mining and
strategic fertility of the territories themselves. Current examples can be cited from
Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Pakistan, India, which were devastated by their minerals,
and black market of substances necessary for the manufacture of medicine or
drugs.

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2. RESULTS OF POVERTY

Poverty results in a number of incident factors in it, as they sink stealthily to the
nations that suffer from it. For the developed nations, the results of poverty are
more difficult to combat than the same factors that cause it. The results of poverty
are the consequence of the misapplication and administration of the plans to fight
against the factors that affect poverty, and in turn is the cry of claim of those who
suffer. Are simple the forms of life adopted and the ways of surviving in the middle
of poverty.

2.1. DRUG TRAFFICKING AND MONEY LAUNDERING

The boom in drug trafficking throughout the world has caused great concern on the
part of all governments, especially the United States, which has been reflected in
the various policies implemented to fight effectively against the scourge. It is not
wonder that drug trafficking is closely linked to organized crime, terrorism, and
represents a threat to the democratic nations of the development world, because
the corruption and criminality resulting from such activities can overwhelm the
recent institutions and legal systems. Within the plans to fight against drug
trafficking. The United States has developed its federal strategy for the prevention
of sexual abuse and drug trafficking.

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2.2. PROSTITUTION

It is defined as sexual practice or intercourse performed for profit or by paying a


price. It is described as "the oldest profession in the world", as it is observed in the
most remote cultures, with phases of religious prostitution, hospital and religious-
hospital combinations. From Christianity, it is conceived as a necessary evil, a
criterion that conserves capitalist society. Its causes are complex, bringing together
psychological, social and economic factors. In most legislations, it is not
considered a crime, although some of its related activities receive criminal
sanctions. At the international level, the trafficking of women, trafficking of women
between countries to supply brothels is defined and pursued. On the internal level,
specific criminal figures are created: venereal contagion, corruption of minors, etc.

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3. CONCLUSIONS

 It has been possible to extract from the monography that poverty is a


phenomenon, which can be caused by thousands of factors (natural,
political, social, etc.) Therefore, none of the people should live only today
but always thinking about their future, because you don’t know when you
can touch this phenomenon that does a lot of damage.

 Poverty involves ethical, economic and political aspects. It is a predominant


form of exclusion and deprivation of human rights, of cultural, ethnic,
gender, and political discrimination, and is associated with various forms of
deprivation.

 Poverty in rural areas has devastating effects on health, education, nutrition,


access to resources, life expectancy, income, employment, maternal and
infant mortality, political participation and interfamily violence, both for men
and women.

4. BIBLIOGRAPHY

https://es.scribd.com/doc/128371311/POBREZA-doc

https://www.monografias.com/trabajos61/pobreza-mundo/pobreza-mundo3.shtml

www.altavista.com

https://www.trabajos13/lapobrez/lapobrez.shtml

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