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The picture “Global poverty project” (Hilarymak, 2013). A slide show by: Jessica Tomic 17433774. “Our vision is a world without extreme poverty” (The Global Poverty Project, n.d.). The mission.

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    1. The picture “Global poverty project” (Hilarymak, 2013)

    2. A slide show by: Jessica Tomic 17433774

    3. “Our vision is a world without extreme poverty” (The Global Poverty Project, n.d.)

    4. The mission To gain as much poverty awareness as possible through a large structured group of people (Global poverty project, n.d.). The picture “Communication is key” (Joinmeforthejourney, 2013)

    5. Have these people take action on the policies and laws that keep people living in extreme poverty (Global poverty project, n.d.). The picture “We can do it” (Hellogiggles, n.d.)

    6. Campaigns...

    7. The picture “Live below the line” (Yearofexperiences, 2012)

    8. The picture “Cartoon globe” (Lol-rofl, n.d.) Live below the line, a challenge created by the Global Poverty Project, is a fundraiser that is increasingly gaining more popularity – worldwide(Globalpovertyproject, n.d.).

    9. Participants join through a website and create their own personal profile (Globalpovertyproject, n.d.). The picture “Laptop vector” (4vector, n.d.)

    10. The picture “People giving money” (Dreamstime, n.d.) They recieve donations and give the raised money to a charity of their choice (Globalpovertyproject, n.d.).

    11. The photo “Hunger” (Futureworldfoundation, 2013) The goal is for participants to eat on only $2 per day. This forces them to experience part of what people living in extreme poverty face on a regular period (Global poverty project, n.d.).

    12. So far, Australia has raised over 7 million dollars. (Globalpovertyproject, n.d.). The picture “Participants per year” (Globalpovertyproject, n.d.)

    13. Another compaign...

    14. The picture “The end of polio” (Plus.google, 2013)

    15. Partnered with Global Polio Eradication Initiative, the aim is to completely eradicate polio (Globalpovertyproject, n.d.). The photo “Eradicate polio” (globalpovertyproject, n.d.)

    16. The photo “Polio dismissed” (Globalpoverty project, n.d.) Lead by the World Health Organisaion, UNICEF, the US Center for Disease Control, Rotary International and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, GPEI has diminished recorded polio cases by more than 99% (since 1988). It has gone from more than 300,000 recorded cases per year to <300. (Globalpovertyproject, n.d.)

    17. The End of Polio Concert This concert was held right before the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, in 2011. The idea was to create public awareness. The day after, state officials stated that an extra $118m would be put towards researching polio eradication (Globalpovertyproject, n.d.). The photo “The end of polio” (Globalpovertyproject, n.d.)

    18. Another campaign...

    19. The picture “1.4 billion reasons” (Lunnylbtl, 2012)

    20. 1.4 Billion Reasons is a presentation created in 2009 that describes the concerns which are responsible for poverty – and what can be done about it (Globalpovertyproject, n.d.). The photo “1.4 billion reasons” (Globalpovertyproject, n.d.)

    21. The photo “Crowd mass” (Lradx, n.d.) More than 200,000 people have seen this video at more than 2,000 events. On five different continents(Globalpovertyproject, n.d.).

    22. The presentation focuses on five key areas: • What is extreme poverty? • Can we do anything about it? • What are the barriers to ending extreme poverty? • Why should we care? • What can I do? (Globalpovertyproject, n.d.). The photo “How it works” (Globalpovertyproject, n.d.)

    23. The Global Poverty Project’s campaigns are working towards eradicating poverty. They hope that it will be completely eliminated by 2030.(Globalpovertyproject, n.d.) The photo “Poverty” (Forcechange, n.d)

    24. References 4vector. (n.d.). Laptop vector [Image]. Retrieved from http://4vector.com/free-vector/ordinateur-portable-laptop-101429 Dreamstime. (n.d.). People giving money [Image]. Retrieved from http://www.dreamstime.com/stock-photos-people-giving-money-vector-concept-image36358233 Forcechange. (n.d.). Poverty [Image]. Retrieved from http://forcechange.com/73531/commend-funding-to-combat-intergenerational-poverty/ Futureworldfoundation. (2013). Hunger [Image]. Retrieved from http://www.futureworldfoundation.org/Content/Article.aspx?ArticleID=6688 Globalpovertyproject. (n.d.) 1.4 billion reasons. Retrieved from http://www.globalpovertyproject.com/1-4-billion-reasons/ Globalpovertyproject. (n.d.). 1.4 billion reasons [Image]. Retrieved from http://www.globalpovertyproject.com/1-4-billion-reasons/ Globalpovertyproject. (n.d.). The end of polio. Retrieved from http://www.globalpovertyproject.com/the-end-of-polio/ Globalpovertyproject. (n.d.). The end of polio [Image]. Retrieved from http://www.globalpovertyproject.com/live-below-the-line/ Globalpovertyproject. (n.d.). Eradicate polio [Image]. Retrieved from http://www.globalpovertyproject.com/the-end-of-polio/ Globalpovertyproject. (n.d.). How it works [Image]. Retrieved from http://www.globalpovertyproject.com/1-4-billion-reasons/ Globalpovertyproject. (n.d.). Live below the line. Retrieved from http://www.globalpovertyproject.com/live-below-the-line/ Globalpovertyproject. (n.d.) Our vision is a world without extreme poverty by 2030. Retrieved from http://www.globalpovertyproject.com/ Globalpovertyproject. (n.d.). Participants per year [Image]. Retrieved from http://www.globalpovertyproject.com/live-below-the-line/ Globalpovertyproject. (n.d.). Polio dismissed [Image]. Retrieved from http://www.globalpovertyproject.com/the-end-of-polio/ Hellogiggles. (n.d.). We can do it [Image]. Retrieved from http://hellogiggles.com/why-im-a-feminist/we-can-do-it-2 Hilarymak. (2013). Global poverty project [Image]. Retrieved from http://hilarymak.wordpress.com/2013/04/13/a-new-challenge-becoming-an-ambassador-for-the-global-poverty-project/ Joinmeforthejourney. (2013). Communication is key [Image]. Retrieved from http://joinmeforthejourney.com/2013/05/07/227/ Lol-rofl. (n.d.). Cartoon globe [Image]. Retrieved from http://lol-rofl.com/globe-cartoon/ Lradx. (n.d.). Crowd mass [Image]. Retrieved from http://www.lradx.com/site/content/view/293/110 Lunnylbtl. (2012). 1.4 billion reasons [Image]. Retrieved from https://lunnylbtl.wordpress.com/tag/1-4-billion-reasons/ Plus.google. (2013). The end of polio [Image]. Retrieved from https://plus.google.com/111779239648649656047/posts Yearofexperiences. (2013). Live below the line [Image]. Retrieved from http://yearofexperiences.wordpress.com/tag/live-below-the-line/