The topic of this paper would be on world poverty. Despite of the emerging economic stability of many countries, some of them could not find its own way to diminish poverty.

One of those countries is India. Poverty in India increased dramatically along with the richness of powerful countries. The issue in this paper will be is there something that we can do to eliminate poverty and if yes what are the most effective ways to fight the world poverty? Is it just a matter of wealthiest citizens or should all of us do something about it? This topic is interesting for me because it is a world issue.I want to deal with this situation while I am in the academe where I can find some materials, information, and data why a certain country is economically poor.

From this, I can have the capacity to think for the probable solutions to the problem. By grabbing some possible solutions, one or two issues of poverty can be solved and maybe it can be a domino effect after a certain solution was made into action. My opinion to this issue is that there are many solutions to this problem but based on my knowledge and researches, the problem is within the government because they do not make its people have their opportunities.They could not open new jobs for people who are less fortunate.

Another thing is that government from this country always thought of their selves rather than its people. Graft and corruption is always the main reason why a certain country is below poverty level. Only few people could utilize what is for the whole country for they are more powerful rather than the general public. Name Annotated Bibliography Fritschel, Heidi and Mohan, Uday.

September 1999. “Pushing Back Poverty in India. ” International Food Policy Research Institute. 9 November 2007 <http://www.

ifpri. org/2020/newslet/nv_0999/nv0999a. htm>This article shows that poverty in India is already a big problem and challenge to policymakers. In 1999, over 1 billion Indian nationals exists in their land and many historians and researchers said that it could increase more than what the world expected from India and would definitely become the largest population in the world. Researches and analysts saw that there are lots of opportunities that can be open to India but they were afraid to risk their remaining economic balance.Agricultural growth could not help everyone in India as what analysts saw because agriculture gives partial contribution to India’s economy.

That is why they must set their new agendas to open different options in order to lessen the poor in the country such as education, infrastructure, and social security. Sinclair, Paul. 10 November 2002 World Poverty and the Final Solution: Part 4 of Volunteering in Calcutta, India. 19 November 2007 <http://www. oneworldonepeople.

org/articles/World%20Poverty/worldpoverty. htm>The author shared his thoughts and experiences while he volunteered in Calcutta, India. He wanted to help people to have their own job but it was not that easy. The author stated different reasons of poverty in India.

First, people from powerful or the first world countries used more resources than Indian people. According to calculation, if a person or the country itself utilized 90% of the resources, Indian national or India as a whole only use 30% of the resources. It means that the distribution of resources is not balance.Second is their Caste System wherein people were ranked according to their social status. It means that despite of the fact that they wanted to become rich, they could not because of their rank. Lastly is their government.

Their present government does not have any social policy that could give their poor people the opportunity to obtain their rights and privileges are humans. The government always thought of its own situation and not for Indian people especially those in the poverty level. These reasons are basic but they are significant to the present situation of the country.Kamdar, Mira. 2007.

India's Agrarian Crisis: An Urgent Opportunity. 19 November 2007 ;http://www. asiasource. org/asip/ruralpoverty.

cfm#microfinance; Many farmers tend to suicide because of poverty. Before their expected date of production, they lend to different moneylenders in order to plant more products but because of selfish climate, their plants do not produce anything that brought them into deeper shame because they could not pay their moneylenders. For this reason, they would rather kill themselves than living their lives without any assurance of success.According to the author of the article, poverty in India is a big problem not as what people think because it was more than that. However, many analysts recognize opportunities towards Indian nationals as well as investors for they can have much more to offer. Aside from agricultural growth, India could offer their industrial skills to give the investors a chance to invest in their country.

Nevertheless, there is no assurance of good profit because of poverty but India can work on it slowly for they were still developing their country.The three articles stated their views towards poverty in India. All of their statements and justification lies on the same pattern. They all perceived along with different analysts and researchers that India can have the opportunity to transform its country with the help of the government and its people. In this case, the argument can be said as consistent and credible. Based on what I have read in the three articles, all of them have different points on how to help India to revive their economy.

The article entitled “Pushing Back Poverty in India. Tells that aside from agricultural reforms and aspects, India can have their opportunities from other aspects of their institutions such as infrastructures, education, and social security. Even the poorest and least-favored areas will require investment in their agricultural and nonagricultural economies, says Sen. “The poverty reduction impact of overall growth is larger if nonagricultural growth generates jobs and if the rural poor have access to them.

This in turn is more likely if nonagricultural growth is regionally dispersed,” he explains.The state has an important role to play in providing agricultural research, infrastructure, education, and social security. (Fritschel and Mohan 1999) The article entitled “World Poverty and the Final Solution: Part 4 of Volunteering in Calcutta, India” tells that transformation could start from spiritual aspect of India because the author recognized that this aspect is knocking India’s door for transformation. For him, it was not on anything’s aspect but through spiritual perseverance of Indian nationals.According to Sinclair (2002), the need for change in the form of a Spiritual Revolution is already knocking on the door, whether we like it or not.

He also stated that the only choice we have in this matter, is the degree we each want to become personally involved. On the other way around, the article “India's Agrarian Crisis: An Urgent Opportunity” tells that industrial propagation can help India to lessen the increase of poverty in their country. Along with the help of different investors from other countries, they can obtain alteration by giving out their industrial skills and become more open to opportunities.Large-scale industrial agriculture was an invention of the second industrial revolution and the 20th century.

Along the lines of what it achieved in record time with telecommunications and information technology, India has within its power the potential to lead a 21st-century revolution in agriculture. To do so, it will have to resist powerful interests that see India as the last, great, exploitable frontier for business as usual. (Kamdar, 2007) As a whole, it was seen in the three articles that there is hope. The only thing they need is to act as a whole country and not as individuals or group.

The three authors stated their side towards the issues of poverty. My stand is that poverty should not become the primary problem of every country because we have our resources to utilize. Authorities should have their gratitude to distribute the resources evenly if they could not provide more to developing countries. We can eliminate poverty in many ways, we just need to become more open to possibilities and adjustments because nothing will happen if we just state the situation without acting for the solution of this worldwide dilemma.