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Speech 6 - Speech 6 Subject Sentence Poverty affects many people around the world and can be gradually decreased by teaching people the skills they

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Speech 6 Subject Sentence: Poverty affects many people around the world and can be gradually decreased by teaching people the skills they need to earn a better income. Introduction: Roughly, one billion people around the world go to bed hungry every night. Fifty thousand of those people will die because of it. Poverty, also known as the silent killer, exists in every corner of the world. It is the result of many factors and can be gradually decreased by teaching people the skills they need to earn a better income. I. People have many different ideas of what poverty is. a. Poverty is the lack of key human needs. b. These basic needs include clean water, nutritious food, education, clothes, shelter, and health care. b.i. People who live in poverty have a lack of access to services such as hospitals and education. b.ii. They normally live in unsafe environments and social discrimination. . b.iii. They also are characterized by not having participation in decision making and in civil, social and cultural life. c. Poverty is also classified by the poverty line which is defined as a level of income that is considered necessary to have a correct standard of living in a given country. c.i.
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course CSS 1302 taught by Professor Dr.english during the Spring '08 term at Baylor.

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Speech 6 - Speech 6 Subject Sentence Poverty affects many people around the world and can be gradually decreased by teaching people the skills they

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