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When Maria Diaz emigrated from Portugal to Switzerland 11 years ago, she was hoping to find a better world for herself and her infant daughter. But she soon discovered that life in Switzerland wasn't a box of chocolates. The 32-year-old Geneva office cleaner and single mom has been struggling to make ends meet on �2,000 a month, a meager wage in a place where her one bedroom apartment alone costs �800 a month. "Some months, after buying food and paying rent, utilities and health insurance, I have �30 left in my pocket," says Diaz, who's looking for a second job. "That's not even enough to buy my ...
Poverty is a scary word for a lot of people. It resembles a disease which gets into every organ and kills it from inside. There is an easy cure to this illness-money, but in most cases it’s an unreachable dream. There are poor people in every country in the world; however the extent of their poverty varies greatly from country to country. Taking for instance Switzerland with its profits and per capita earning, even assuming that there is a needy class of people, it is obvious that they have enough food, decent living conditions and access to medical care when required. Other parts of the ... Read More
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