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Pathway to Potential is a community-based collaborative strategy for reducing poverty and ensuring social and economic well-being for the residents of Windsor and Essex County. We believe poverty results from barriers to social and economic resources that prevent well-being and access to opportunities in the community.
Engage a broad and diverse set of organizations, business sector and community leaders (multi-sectoral partnerships) promoting a collaborative planning process to help integrate community efforts to address poverty in Lethbridge. Stakeholders play substantial roles in the conduct of poverty reduction strategies in communities. Ideally they will come from four key sectors of: government, low-income residents, business and non profits. These include serving on the Round Table, providing funding or in-kind support, participating in a working group guiding a particular facet of the initiatives...
This profile highlights poverty reduction strategies, organizations, collaboratives and publications from the province of New Brunswick.
This profile highlights poverty reduction strategies, organizations, collaboratives and publications from the Nunavut Territory.
PFS believes people living in poverty are key to all our work and should be involved in all our decision-making.
All regions of the province should be involved because everyone has valuable insights into their own unique situations – from northern First Nation communities to urban neighbourhoods and existing local anti-poverty groups.
Poverty elimination will require involvement and commitment from governments, business, community organizations and individuals. PFS values and promotes respect for all perspectives in its poverty elimination campaign.