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While global poverty has declined, it remains life threatening for many people around the world where inequalities have been growing. Break Poverty’s plan of action to combat poverty Identify and analyze the needs Mobilize the necessary funds needed to effectively respond (notably through collaboration with enterprises) Put in place and finance transformative projects

Although Break Poverty intervenes primordially in France today through its three pillars of intervention: early childhood, prevention of school drop-outs, and access to employment, Break Poverty is determined to continue its battle against poverty all around the world, especially where extreme poverty remains a violent threat to populations. A first

The only way to combat poverty is by starting at the root of the problem. In France, six generations are needed to overcome poverty. Children from precarious families have little to no social mobility, and as a result: At the age of three, a destitute child will master less than half of the words a rich child will master. A disadvantaged

Every year, approximately 100 000 young adults leave the French educational system without a diploma. The consequences of such early withdrawals are dramatic as the absence of a diploma translates to unemployment and unstable employment. Since 2008, the government has made the fight against school failure a national priority in the realm of education. How to define school