Afford To Help the Economically Deprived Children.
Everyone in this planet is going through with something or another. We come across with so many problems in our daily life. That's a part of life, to get through all those things, we need help at times. Mental issues, physical issues, Job related issues then financial issues. Then there come a category of people who go through every sort of issues, because they are born being BPL(Below Poverty Line).
POVERTY IN INDIA
According to 2019 Brookings report, India had 73 million people living in extreme poverty which makes up 6.5% of its total population, according to the poverty is on the decline in the country, with close to 44 Indians escaping extreme poverty every minute, as per the World Poverty Clock. If we look deeper into poverty, it means not having enough material possessions or income for a person's basic needs. We are focusing on economically deprived people who easily can not afford things. Despite the many definitions, one thing is certain; poverty is a complex societal issue. No matter how poverty is defined, it can be agreed that it is an issue that requires everyone’s attention. All members of our society must work together to provide the opportunities to reach their full potential. It helps all of us to help one another
Definition of quality differs from person to person and it changes with the change in the economic status. Also as compared to rural masses urban people are more quality conscious because their income level is more and they have variety. Hence quality is directly related to the income. Also it is generally perceived that higher the cost more the quality is. This makes quality directly proportional to price with which comes the concept of affordability.
Low income is one thing because of which people compromise on quality and the other one is family liability. Most of the people generally compromise on quality when they have to buy for the entire family. To improve the living standard superior quality products must come in an affordable price range.
Also can we say that we are less quality conscious and for us quantity matters more than quality? I feel that this cannot be regarded a generalized statement. As number of middle class and their income in hand is increasing so does the awareness regarding quality and brand. It is not that people are not quality conscious. You must have seen people even poor visiting one shop to another for quality and choice. Everyone wants to buy the best out of what is available in his or her price range. So if the lowest quality products are just removed from the market then we will left with good quality products. It is just a thought.