The Poverty Challenge: exploring sustainability
The Poverty Challenge is a simulation game that encourages young people to take on the role of families from six countries and experience how sustainable development training can improve their livelihoods.
The game encourages young people to understand inequality in our world and the importance of finding lasting solutions to help poor countries to develop and work their way out of poverty.
The resource includes case studies can be download about people in the featured countries, fact sheets on Christian Aid partners, and accompanying photo gallery stories for whiteboard introductions.
It has been developed as a curriculum friendly resource and applies to Religious Education, Geography, CSPE, Citizenship, Science and Mathematics.