Womankind, female new-borns and old people are said to be the poorest of the poor. Within a poor family, such individuals suffer more than the others. As per the fact, they are systematically denied equal access to the resources available to the family. Others can be scheduled tribes, urban casual labourers, agricultural rural labourers, victims of natural calamities. With the widespread extreme poverty and dreadful living conditions, most of the underdeveloped countries are at on the baseline of the global economy.
Most of these countries usually have little or no infrastructure. Even reliable health care and other social services are also very less. At present, we can witness that almost all the countries are experiencing long-term political unrest. These are in the form of civil war or armed conflict with other nations. They are also subject to unstable governments, dictatorships, and/or corruption. In addition, they regularly suffer natural disasters and environmental events that cause natural disasters like famine, destruction, and displacement of large segments of their populations. As in South Asian countries like India and China which are experiencing unprecedented economic growth, but a wider poverty gap as well. Research has been conducted in countries like Benin, Bangladesh and Ethiopia gave the synthesis report on the conclusions are based on the ASC’s.