Respond to the attached documents.SDGs 1 poverty
What is poverty
• According to federal
Safety Net, poverty
is living without the
basic necessities of
life such as food,
clothing or housing.
• In undeveloped
countries of the
means living on less
than $1.25 per day.
Types of poverty
• According to Eric Jensen, there are six types
of poverty: situational, generational,
absolute, relative, urban and rural.
• Absolute poverty: a rare form of poverty but
it involves a scarcity of such necessities as
shelter, running water, and food.
• Situational poverty: is general caused by a
sudden crisis or loss and is often temporary
(ex. Divorce, severe health problems or
• Relative poverty: refers to the economic
status of families whose income is
insufficient to meet its society’s average
standard of living
• Generational poverty: happens when two
generations have been born into poverty.
Most families are not equipped with the
tools to move out of their situations.
• Urban poverty: occurs in metropolitan areas
with populations of at least 50,000 people.
(ex. Crowding, violence, noise)
• Rural poverty: occurs in nonmetropolitan
areas with populations below 50,000.
Lack of education and skills
High divorce rate
The SDGs target for 2030, is to build
resilience of the poor and those in
vulnerable situations and reduce
their exposure and vulnerability to
climate-related extreme events and
other economic, social, and
environmental shocks and disasters.
To see an end to extreme poverty, there are three
big issues that we need to see action on –
governance, aid and trade.
Ways to take
Everyone can play a role in ending poverty by using one’s
voice to speak up and out about rules that can ensure
that corruption is reduced, that aid is given in appropriate
quantities in the right way to the right things, and
changing trade rules to give the world’s poorest a fair
chance to lift themselves out of poverty.
We can get everyone involved rich
and poor can work together to help
stop the separation of our nation.
Development goal #3
Ensure healthy lives
and promote wellbeing for all at all ages
Non-communicable diseases, mental health and
• It’s said that cardiovascular disease as well as diabetes are causing
a lot of conflict amongst early death.
• The likelihood of dying from the four diseases of diabetes,
cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease, and cancers between
the ages of 30 and 70 was 18 per cent in 2016.
Healthy behaviors in Children
• These are the years to form healthy habits with your children.
• advising them on what foods to eat and not to eat, and
encouraging exercise and sports is crucial to their health.
• Healthy sleeping patterns play a role in preventing cardiovascular
• 422 million people have diabetes worldwide.
• Diabetes is when one has elevated blood glucose which could
cause damage to the inside organs such as kidneys, heart, blood
vessels, and nerves.
• There are two different types of diabetes, type one is insulin
dependency and type 2 is insulin resistance.
• 235 million people suffer with this disease.
• Consists of asthma, and COPD.
• Diseases of the airways and other structures of the lung.
• 9.6 million people worldwide are estimated to have died from
cancer in 2018
• Sticks to fat cells
Making a Difference
• Following by example
• Educating those on healthy habits
• Spreading awareness
ENSURE HEALTHY LIVES AND PROMOTE WELLBEING
BY LEIGHA JONES
◼ Air pollution & unsafe drinking water
◼ 7 million deaths worldwide in 2016 due to air pollution (polluting fuels/technologies for cooking)
◼ “The world met the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goal (MDG) drinking water target to halve the
proportion of people without sustainable access to safe drinking water by 2015 in 2010, 5 years ahead of
◼ BUT 663 million people lack access to an improved source of water (safe)
◼ “About 13% of the world’s population lives without ANY FORM of sanitation and practice open defecation”
MAKE A DIFFERENCE
◼ AIR POLLUTION
◼ Transportation: Public transit/walking; low emission vehicles and fuels to reduce sulfur content
◼ Housing: Kerosene use; insulation/design
◼ Industry: Adopt clean technology=less industrial smokestack emission
◼ Power generation: Solar, wind or hydropower=renewable combustion-free power sources
◼ Waste; Reduction, separation, recycling, reuse; strict emission controls for incineration
◼ UNSAFE WATER
◼ Provide toilets that flush into sewer/safe enclosure
◼ Rainwater harvesting systems=drinking water collection
◼ Boil and filter when able
WHAT IT MEANS TO ME
◼ My career goals
◼ Air and water are requirements to survive
◼ We have a right to healthy resources
◼ Air and water quality affect physical health
◼ Physical health impacts mental health
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