Born poor, die poor? Find out how to deal with poverty | Free Full DW Documentary

published on July 2, 2020



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when you live in the poorest level of

society and you have hardly money to eat

or to live or to fulfill basic needs the

message that gets constantly mirrored

back to you is you where's nothing you

are not needed by anyone


this experience of your worth something

is not part of the design when you live

in poverty in order to create a change

in someone's life you have to have the

human moment where one human shows

another human that you can do something


as human beings we are only looking at

the future so when we talk about the

future it's the youth it's the children

but when we think of elders then it's

automatically thought that their life is

going to end soon so there is no future



one of the sad aspect of aging while

working in this field is looking at

abandoned elders they have literally

been left on the streets by their own

children many of them don't even care

whether they are alive or not


I try to identify a few things and I

realize that there were a few issues

that were close to my heart and then I

realized that I had this fear of aging

and when I questioned myself why I have

this fear usually you tend to form an

opinion based on what you see around you



but the irony is the fact that we

ourselves are going to grow old and

right now we all are active we all are

the voices of people but tomorrow when

you grow old and if you are treated like

an invisible person how would you feel

when I grow old I don't want to be

invisible I want to live in a society

that I've created


and listen here we are a for-profit

social enterprise working in the field

of aging there are issues related to

loneliness that's coming up there are

also issues related to isolation so in

order to address these issues that's

going on in the society with senior

citizens we try to engage them in social

activities it could be anything that

they're interested in it would be music

it would be a trip it would be anything

that can get them out of their houses



if you're thinking about poverty what

kind of a situation does it have to be

for a human to take their own parents

and leave them on the street because

they can't provide for them anymore

this has been the most painful place

I've think I've been in my life – at the

same time is a place of hope and

humanity Dhani is trying to give dignity

to these lives all these bits that make

a life worth living being poor and being

old is in a way even worse than being

young and being poor because being young

being poor there's this window of maybe

maybe maybe






Nepal is source country for human

trafficking because of its poverty and

the lack of education and awareness

these girls are trafficked into sex

industries in India I learnt about how

the girls and women are treated now able

to help someone I thought I would help

one person but ended up being a help to


we are fighting human trafficking at all





when anyone is rescued and come here in

safe haven first they are kind of

totally broken their shattered they feel


a lot of dreams are sold to them

sometime they would be told that they'll

become a movie star in India or working

in Bank or working in in a hospital or a

big hotels they become easy prey it

becomes very difficult to even grasp how

terrible the life inside the brothel is


can you tell me what happens in this

house who comes who lives here primarily

when we rescue woman from the border or

from community or from wherever possible

after rescue these girls are brought

here and then this is the house where

they will have rebuilding process life

rebuilding process it's totally a family

environment where they will feel very

secure very safe we try to giving them

the sense of acceptance that they feel

that they have some people still respect

them love them and give their self-worth


the main reason for lots of trafficking

is due to poverty because there is so

much a desperate need for filling of the


obviously poverty please them into

looking for something so that the basic

needs are made

not many children go to school up in the

villages so they are totally unaware of

what the trafficking means and what will

that impact in their life so when the

question is does poverty define life the

sad answer is 100 percent adults if we

allow ourselves to create societies that

are too poor to educate children then

this life begins without the possibility

to grow by themselves


so I mean in our sources it's unstable

energy to use over and over and a solar

panel stores energy throughout here so

that's why if electricity is gone we can

we can use solar panels boots as mobile

phone it's as TV to tell you the future

television except the problem poverty is

bringing the number one problem over

here is people of Nepal are working in

foreign countries doing menial work

you know modern-day slavery


it's not like there's nothing that can

be done there's so many things to do and

yes sir education and giving kids skills

I think that's the two-thirds of our

students in this country go to public

schools and about 74 percent of them

fail every year not being able to pass a

silly examination as I would say just

mass failures that's what improvised

okay so improvising is being ready for

the wildlife happening to you and still

standing your ground and not be afraid

to show up anyway

talk about all those like big topics and

we talked that you talk about capitalism

and communism and like political

concepts I've never seen such

interactive playful fun ways to drag

with these really big topics a classroom

can be a great place to discuss the talk

I've been in classrooms in different

parts of the world in schools and

universities and I think classes pure

can be just at the same level or even


one of the reasons we are very I would

say maybe successful or very different

is people who are working here or myself

you know anybody here who I live in here

are very passionate and what we're doing

in our lives and I think you can feel it

when you walk here and that of course to

the students


we are the first and only chain of free

private schools in the pulp I feel like

we are a very modern global thinking

small little place we give free

education to the locals in exchange for

two days of volunteering work from the

parents we use their time in our

agricultural work construction work

handicrafts and anything else related to


in order to produce some money


the students they will not have to go to

Qatar or quit and you know become

modern-day slaves they're going to stay

here they're gonna get into politics

they're gonna get into sports they're

gonna go to different fields and there

is no reason why this place cannot be as

happy as any other place in the world

and yeah I think a new generation of

leaders users of youth is coming


because I'm the most important thing

that you learn in education is to have

your own sense of reality a sense of

what is out there what is the world and

what is in there who are you and what

are you worth and what can you do what

is what are your abilities so the

foundation of Education is to have a

sense of empowerment and a sense of hope

that you can do anything and that you

can build your own life




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Wow was even in the inside heavily yes

so you also get your training the women

to become basically able to so and they

study with you in a while anyway yes

they took training and then once they

know how to do things then they go back

to their community and start their own

business does it change the community

when they are they were vulnerable have

been trafficked and when we rescue them

the the whole community mindset is a

bond on them they have the belief that

if they accept then the whole community

will be cursed


but after they go back to their

community with the business plan package

whatever they have and when they start

doing something the whole mindset of

that extreme becomes just willing to

accept and then willing to associate

that's just just so huge and with the

contrast life that once they felt they

are normal world now when they see all

of a sudden boom they feel like

achieving whole world we look at senior

citizens as assets not as a Board of you

know because at the end of the day we

should value them we should respect them

for what they have what we are trying to

create here is to change the mindset of



without them the society is not

completed not because



those single cases where one individual

founder has reached out to one

individual human being to help them out

of poverty this might look like one

single case and one drop of the ocean of

the inequality in the globalized world

but help and hope can spread like

wildfire the wait on social

entrepreneurs who stand up because they

cannot belong go watch for nothing to

happen is not something that society

should rely on but take it as a wake-up



if you plant the seed of hope back into

this human life you can be sure that

this life will grow again



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