What Would You Give Up to Help End the Cycle of Poverty?

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October 21, 2009

Your daily dose of lattes. Dinner out with friends. Cab fare.

The money you spend on items like these in one week could help us impact the lives of poor people around the world. So what would you give up for one week to help end poverty? How much money would that raise for poor families? Tell us below and then send us a Tweet or Facebook message.

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Hi.

IM PART OF A GROUP BUT THE HEAD OF THIS GROUP IS IN CANADA.
WE ARE DO ALREADY MANY WOKS FOR HAITI.
WE HAVE CISTERN WATER PROJECT.WE HEPLS MANY CHILDREN ABOUT EDUCATION.THEN SUPPLIES MECADILE.AND WE HAVE A FOOD PROGRAM FOR ALL THE CHILDREN.
WE ARE EXPENDS ABOUT MORE THAN $8000 US FOR THIS MOUVEMENT.
JEAN DIEUVOIT.
HAITI.

i have listen about this bank through internet . i am from pakistan . please start programme in pakistn . paksitan is of the poorest country in the world . here million of people passing the life under the age of poverty . i have master degree holder but i have no job . i want work for humanity ,but i have no resources . please help i want bring change , i need a proper network where i groom , please reply .

poverty is the one of the big issu in the world .especially in the third one countrey of the world .pakistan is one of them . my emotion are very high to less the poverty in pakistan . u cant imagain the life of roural in the country . the women our villager have no right to serve indepently . if u come with i survey to paksitani villeger life then u see the real situation.if the orgnization support first and given direction then she can manage it .majority of women and children have under tha age of poverty . children have no access to come to school . the life is full of sarrow and painful . no one help them . so i request through this website please come farward to pakistan and visit to north pakistn earth quake effected distict . i want to do some thing , but i have limited resources . please come and help . very few orgnization in the world whose strickly work for poverty. thanks

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