Poverty Cycle: HIV/AIDS
Intervention: I believe in order to break the chain of HIV/AIDS, It would be ideal to have better health care. Health care can be difficult to access and can be expensive. If people and organizations from developed countries donate time and resources, volunteered in these countries that need help, maybe then these viruses will be contained and eventually stop progressing.
Poverty Cycle: Child Poverty
Intervention: Education is the key to breaking child poverty. If education is offered to children they will grow up capable of a job that will support a happy healthy life style, children will then be born into a stable life style, and not need to work at a young age. This child will have time to go to school and have a child hood of learning and playing that all people should have the privilege of experiencing.
Poverty Cycle: Woman Inequality
Intervention: It is crucial that education is provided to all girls and woman of any age. Regardless the situation, when an education is given to someone, they can grow up to find a successful job, knowledge on family planning and self respect. When women become more powerful, they become more respected. Education will give women this power.