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Manju Chhillar May 22
Q1 : How does education prove to be a weapon to fight against poverty?
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Manju Chhillar May 22
Ice Breaker: According to you, as an educator and a concerned citizen, what is the main reason for poverty in your country?
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Chandni Agarwal May 22
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Chandni Agarwal May 22
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Monica Joshi May 22
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Monica Joshi May 22
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Manju Chhillar May 22
Q4: What can you do to help the under-privileged children who often face humiliation and exploitation?
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Susan Dolan 21m
Credit where credit is due - A big THANK YOU to the current Prime Minister, for listening & implementing in her term in office. "Thank you Theresa" [& Andy B of course!] x
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Paul Elias Paul May 16
Imagine ending poverty 👉🏼 everything can happen if you stay positive 👈🏼 aims to end poverty in all its forms everywhere 👇🏼 DO YOU HAVE AN IDEA TO END ? Share it on…
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SCODE May 16
"Increasing resilience to -related shocks in Africa’s agriculture will result in a rise in farm productivity. It will mean , who make up the largest share of the continent’s small-holder farmers, will have better incomes"
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SCODE May 16
Too much talk has been done and it’s time for real transformation to pull the masses out of absolute . Others did it and Kenya has the capacity to do the same. Prioritising and undertaking programmes with sufficient impact to make a difference
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SCODE May 16
Now more than a third of the population in Kenya lives under conditions of absolute ; they are unable to feed themselves, decent housing, quality education, healthcare, water and sanitation, among other basic needs. This is alarming.
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Sean Robinson May 22
Q2: This question is near to my heart: how can through connections-based learning help students take action on ? Tag your answers and .
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