The Cycle of Child Poverty
The cycle of child poverty refers to the continuous poverty throughout generations of families specifically affecting children. This issue is found at each corner of the world, as fundamental poverty is found all over the world. The cycle of poverty is an extremely complex issue as it does not have a simple solution, and there are many different factors that contribute to the continuous nature of this viscous cycle. This report will explore the cycle of child poverty as well as examine case studies from India, Haiti and Ethiopia. I chose to research and write about this topic because I feel very strongly that it is the responsibility of us, those who are privileged and live in a developed country, to understand that there are so many people who do not live the way that we do, and think about how we can make a change in the world.