Live Below The Line

Live Below The Line

If you only had $1.75 to spend today, what would you buy? 1.2 billion people living in extreme poverty ask themselves this question every single day – the majority of them women and girls. Take the Challenge:  Live Below the Line April 27 to May 1, 2015.

Live Below the Line is a simple but powerful way to generate resources and awareness for the 1.2 billion people living on $1.75 or less a day.
 

Live Below The Line

Take the Challenge:
Live Below the Line

If you only had $1.75 to spend today, what would you buy? 1.2 billion people living in extreme poverty ask themselves this question every single day – the majority of them women and girls.

Join thousands of people around the world taking the Live Below the Line challenge - spending no more than $1.75 a day for all food and drink from April 27th to May 1st 2015.  Please join us now!

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Live Below The Line

Fighting Poverty Now
Before We Lose Ground

In the past twenty years, the number of people living in extreme poverty has been cut in half. That’s because global citizens like you are coming together to create change with those who need it most.

And yet, while there has been some very important progress, Oxfam's latest research shows that the richest 1% will soon have more wealth than the rest of humanity combined.

The surge in inequality threatens to reverse hard won gains in the fight against poverty - at a time when 1 in 9 people do not have enough to eat!

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Ending Global Poverty Begins With Women's Rights

The majority of those living in extreme poverty are women and girls. We know that ending global poverty begins with women's rights.

Last year, the Live Below the Line challenge raised more than $150,000 for development charities in Canada, resources aimed directly at lifting communities out of poverty.

By living below the line and supporting Oxfam Canada, you will make a real contribution to our work with women and girls around the world in the vital journey out of poverty.

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Live Below The Line

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