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Increase investment through improved international cooperation in rural infrastructure, agricultural research and extension services, technology development and plant and livestock gene banks in developing countries.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Microfinance Institutions: Provide financial services, such as small loans and savings accounts, to individuals in low-income communities, empowering them to start or expand small businesses and break the cycle of poverty.

  2. Community Development Corporations: Work on comprehensive community development strategies, including affordable housing, economic development, and social programs, to improve the overall well-being of residents and reduce poverty.

  3. Social Enterprises: Operate with a dual mission of generating income and addressing social or environmental issues. Some focus specifically on poverty alleviation through sustainable business models.

  4. Community-Based Development Organizations: Formed by community members to address various development needs, including education, healthcare, and income generation, with the overarching goal of eradicating poverty.

  5. Skill Development and Training Centers: Provide vocational training and skill development programs to equip individuals with the tools they need to secure better employment opportunities and escape poverty.

  6. Hunger Relief Organizations: Work on providing food assistance, nutrition education, and sustainable agriculture programs to combat hunger and food insecurity, which are often linked to poverty.

  7. Education-focused NGOs: Concentrate on improving educational opportunities for marginalized communities, as education is a key factor in breaking the cycle of poverty.

  8. Community Health Initiatives: Address health disparities at the community level, recognizing the link between health and poverty, and working to improve overall well-being.

  9. Affordable Housing Organizations: Dedicated to providing affordable housing options, recognizing stable housing as a fundamental element in poverty reduction.

  10. Community Savings Groups: Pool resources and savings to provide financial support and resources for income-generating activities, fostering economic resilience at the local level.

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