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Find ways to eradicate poverty.

The world community must find ways and resources through creating employment and income generating opportunities for the poor segment of society to eradicate poverty.

Poverty, pandemic, illiteracy, war, social injustice and tolerance still haunt the world while the poverty is a serious challenge facing humanity at present, both the poverty and social denial lie at the root of extremism.

The world community must support the developing countries in eradicating poverty from common platform by pooling energy and resources to get rid of the world poverty, hunger, diseases and deprivation.

To achieve this goal the world community must study and look carefully on an application received from the developing countries requesting to promote micro financing and mainstream of the micro financing into financial sector as a commercially viable proposition.

The governments in the developing countries must demonstrate a strong political commitment towards ending poverty through microfinance along with imparting technical and vocational skills to the poor for sustainable income generation. Injustice and denial of economic opportunity is the main cause to promote terrorism. Multiple intervention are required to fill the gape between poverty and superfluous.

To eradicate poverty the brittle developing countries must also be keen to work successfully to implement a stabilization programs with wide range of structural reforms that will put the economy back on the track of sustainable growth and poverty alleviation.

They should take measures to eradicate poverty by an ambitious and all encircling reform agenda covering all aspects of national life, political, administrative, social and economic which will bring a positive change at large.


olutosin's picture

Well said dear friend...

This is beautiful and I totally concur as we say in Nigeria National Assembly and I will only add one that is peculiar to our situation In Nigeria, that it we should stop depending on natural resources such as petroleum and also we should find way to eradicate defraud and 419, stealing by defrauding, when all youths and men and women are empowered there will be less of fraud and corruption from leaders and the poor will believe in dignity of labour.
The easiest way to be rich overnight in Nigeria now, legally is to belong to apolitical party and vie for post, you become soooooooooooooooooooo rich, and you do not need a degree to contest for election. Dignity in labour does not work i n Nigeria again...Thanks for this explanatory post my friend...I love reading/hearing your voice.

Olutosin Oladosu Adebowale
Founder/Project Coordinator
Star of Hope Transformation Centre
512 Road
F Close
Festac Town


jadefrank's picture


Dear Harihimat,

Thank you for this journal, and for bringing attention to the need for more micro-finance initiatives to support local initiatives, entrepreneurs and governments.

World Pulse recently did a piece on Micro-finance:

Are there good examples of micro-finance initiatives that are working in Pakistan?

In friendship and solidarity,

Harihimat's picture


Dear Ms. Jade!

Yes Mr. Yunus in the field of micro-credit is an example who has established successful model of the German Bank of Bangladesh.

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