Poverty we can do something actions they are:

Poverty is one of the most common problems in the world,
especially in developing countries. In discussing poverty, first, we need to define who
the poor are. The World Bank (2001) defined to be poor as the case of
deprivation in well-being that includes being hungry, being lack of shelter and
clothing, being sick and not cared for, being illiterate and having no
education. Poverty can be surrender for citizen who can adapt their self in
this problem. They have to improve their effort to survive to be come still
alive.  

Poverty can be related with perspective pancasila that
can organize every part of poverty in Indonesia. If every sila is obeyed by
citizen and government it will get successful to decrease poverty. The reason
is pancasila Ideology is a rule
which bonds every economic subject. If it is obeyed, the behavior of society
will be orderly. The involvement and the arrangement of behavior will lead to
the effective social justice.

UUD has taken
an action in this case as well. UUD has explained in the article of poverty
they are:

1.      Number
27 point 2

2.      Number 34 point 1

3.      Number 34 point 2

All of them are have relate definition each
other they have been defining that the poorest in Indonesia will be protecting and
they will be giving full attention from government. Eventually, citizen don’t
worry about it.

            Furthermore,
when pancasila and UUD have defined it the probability of having poverty is
still can. So, as a good citizen we can do something actions they are:

1.      Social partnership

2.      Strength human resources

3.      Social advocate

4.      Social participation

The solutions above can be implemented in that
day all of citizen have to take a part of it not only it but also government as
well.

            The
solution to resolve poverty have to do early because UNPD (2015) has given
statement and fact about poverty. The fact are:

1.     
836
million people still live in extreme poverty

2.     
About
one in five persons in developing regions lives on less than US$1.25 per day

3.     
The
overwhelming majority of people living on less than $1.25 a day belong to two
regions: Southern Asia and sub-Saharan Africa

4.     
High
poverty rates are often found in small, fragile and conflict-affected countries

5.     
One
in four children under age five in the world has inadequate height for his or
her age

6.     
Every
day in 2014, 42,000 people had to abandon their homes to seek protection due to
conflict