The term “Poverty” encapsulates a vast meaning related to the human beings who are deprived of the most basic needs of their lives. It should be in our best interest that “poverty” has seen a major rise in the continent of “Africa” as well as in “Asia”, where countries are not developing as per the assumed expectations and inflation has eradicated most people, including the labors from the job, which results in massive influx of poverty and more people entering the mediocre state.
Types of Poverty:
Being deprived of these requisites, “poverty” has been categorized into two kinds, “absolute” and “relative”, that happen to underline how humans are not getting ample nourishment and at the same time, living an aimless life due to government failure.
It should be in our best interest that “South Asia” is the most affected continent after “Africa” which has not succeeded in eradicating the element of “poverty”; this also shackles the countries that are present within this continent to experience the lack of education and other aspects that lead to a glamorous lifestyle.
Causes of Poverty in Pakistan:
There are various renowned scholars who have contributed regarding the widespread of “poverty” in Pakistan and even though, more people are now introducing new ventures to emphasize over ‘free education’ and increasing the average payroll of a worker within the country to cease the ever-growing ratio, nothing seems to be helping.
In Pakistan, poverty is on the go, because this nation experiences the dilemma of having over-population, which results in insufficient number of jobs and greater number of people working without receiving ample education. According to a recent study, the scholars are back in action and have been working actively on the reforms, especially within the sectors of “health” and “education” to boost the literacy rate and so on.