How to make a difference in educational access this year

659 million people live in extreme poverty around the globe. Many of these people are affected by a lack of financial resources, malnutrition, overwork and despair. Many families find themselves stuck in poverty without the financial resources to improve their lives. This will have a lasting impact on their happiness and health.

Despite the high poverty rate in developing countries, many people are still living in poverty in first-world nations such as the United States, Australia and the United Kingdom.

Because money is money, the gap between rich and poor continues growing in many of these countries.

Access to education can help young people break the cycle and end poverty. Education leads to a productive future. Many students with low incomes cannot afford school. Many students who are unable to afford school face stress from hunger, displacement or social unrest.

These students have the opportunity to make a difference in their lives and give them more chances for the future. It is an investment in the future of the world and a way to break the cycle poverty.

Support Nutrition:

In 2020, 2.9 Million American Households were very food insecure. This meant that both the children and the adults living in them weren’t able to eat healthy meals. An additional 7.2% of American families were food insecure.

Many schoolchildren eat at school. This means that many students have lost their access to these resources in recent seasons of virtual education. Children who are hungry make it difficult to concentrate and retain information. Malnourished children can have delayed neurological development.

Supporting programs that nourish low-income families can help make education more affordable. This gap was filled by volunteers and nonprofit organizations. It is important to support parents who are struggling financially in order to restore financial security for their families.

You can also help organizations working to end hunger around the world. The solution to the crisis of hunger in many developing countries is possible through education, agriculture, and law.

Think Clearly:

Another way to help children access education is through impact investing. Traditional investing is about making more money. Usually, this is for the investor’s own benefit. Many investors use the money to give back in their communities and causes.

Impact investing is a different kind of investing. This form of investment supports causes that benefit communities. These investments enable money to grow and have a positive impact on society.

This type of investment can be used for environmental care, healthcare access, and education for students who cannot afford it. There are many opportunities for impact investing offered by institutional investors. These opportunities are growing as more investors get interested in social change.

Impact investors typically earn a 6.4% rate of return on their investments , compared to 7.4% for traditional investments. For many investors, however, the 1% difference in return for the benefit of their investments is worth it.