The Global Poverty Project has developed a multi-media presentation,
1.4 Billion Reasons, that is traveling across America
engaging and inspiring audiences to understand and get involved
in the movement to end extreme poverty.
The presentation is built around five sections:
> What is extreme poverty?
> Can we do anything about it?
> What are the barriers to ending extreme poverty?
> Why should we care?
> What can I do?
1.4 Billion Reasons has been tailored to specific audience groups and is delivered by expert presenters for between 45 and 90 minutes in workplaces, schools, universities, churches, community groups and at conferences to audiences of 100 or more. Learn more about where The Global Poverty Project is taking the presentation here.
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