We hope that throughout your project you will be able to make people aware of the reasons you are raising this money. We ask all our participants to think carefully about the way you talk about poverty and the children you are working towards supporting.
Our job as fundraisers is to make donors more aware, educated and promote understanding.
- Be respectful, people are more than the poverty they live in.
- Do not speak about someone in poverty in a way you would not like someone to speak about you.
- Remember we are all people, there is huge power in focusing on our common humanity.
- Focus on the vision. What do you believe all children deserve? Why is it so important that children living in poverty have this opportunity?
- You have a powerful message. Tell people about what you are learning and how it is helping others.
what is poverty?
This video gives us a brief insight into what poverty means to many different people around the world.
Watching just 5 minutes of this video may spark some of your own thoughts of WHAT IS POVERTY?
In 2015 the United Nations established the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
By taking part in 100KIDS100QUID you are directly helping Pamoja Leo & Together Today to contribute to Goals: 1, 4 & 10 of this agenda.
Transforming our world:
the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
“This Agenda is a plan of action for people, planet and prosperity. It also seeks to strengthen universal peace in larger freedom. We recognise that eradicating poverty in all its forms and dimensions, including extreme poverty, is the greatest global challenge and an indispensable requirement for sustainable development.” (UN Division for Sustainable Development)
Definition from UNICEF: “A Global Citizen is someone who understands global interdependence, respects and values diversity, has the ability to challenge injustice and inequities, and takes action in a way that is personally meaningful. (UNICEF)
videos about global citizenship
Watch both these charity videos and think
about the underlying messages
SHOWN ON TV IN 2015 BY
Concern Worldwide: Hunger Stops Here
SHOWN ON TV IN 2015 BY
Oxfam: A rice-growing revolution in Liberia
QUESTIONS TO ASK YOURSELF ABOUT THESE VIDEOS
CONSIDER THAT ALL PEOPLE SHOULD BE SPOKEN ABOUT IN A RESPECTFUL AND DIGNIFIED WAY. THE BEST WAY TO HELP PEOPLE IS BEING SEEING THAT WE ARE ALL HUMANS AND WORKING TO PREVENT SUFFERING.
If we teach our children they will seek the knowledge to act on these
Pamoja Leo, 2015
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