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Chapter 2: 1.What are the obvious and no-so-obvious challenges Saroja faces in providing for her and her family? a.The obvious challenges that Saroja faces is she is not able to provide for her children. Saroja cannot afford to buy her daughter sandals or books for her son. This affects the education that her son is getting. Not having proper footwear can lead to medical conditions or even injury for her daughter. The not so obvious challenges she faces is being the sole provider for a family of five. Her husband does not help run the business; hence, she has to be on top of caring for her children, cooking, and working. Her husband is making it hard for her to contribute, because she has to do his share of work on top of everything else she has to do. 2.Which, if any, of the causes of poverty identified by economists Jeffrey Sachs and Paul Collier describe Saroja's situation better than others? a.I would have to say that Saroja falls into the demographic trap because she is not able