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Based on Henríquez, the profile of people requesting aid in the islands changed. "Before, we had very marked profiles of men and women searching for our support, as there were really certain social exclusion characteristics that characterized them: low training, low labour skills, victims of drug abuse, immigrants. Beneath the present situation and also as the cuts in welfare services are which makes it more challenging for people to own use of aid that would otherwise make up for lost earnings, the problem is affecting ‘normal’ families."
Another problem Cáritas has identified, Henríquez explains, is that family support systems, which keep troubled families remaining afloat, don’t have a tendency to endure. In time, the crisis begins to affect those reaching out to their loved ones in need therefore the community starts to separation as its members fall apart "like dominoes."
The islands’ ‘new poor’ are also unwilling to come forward because they feel ashamed of their situation, as well as fearful of the potential consequences of telling social workers about their financial troubles besides having little or no knowledge about where or how to ask for assistance. "Not having a job makes them feel social outcasts. They feel less worthy" says Henríquez, because they genuinely believe that by exposing their poverty to social services they could have their children taken away [by the government]."By"but they are scared to inquire of for assistance enough time these once middle-class income families knock on Cáritas’ home, they truly are in a state that is truly desperate.
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Having a contracting economy as well as an active population jobless price above 27 per cent, the best within the industrialized world, Spain also ranks because the OECD nation which saw the best increases in inequality
between 2007 and 2010. These record numbers have long been surpassed in some of its regions as the country continues to sink into economic depression and social impoverishment.
Such is the scenario of the Canary Islands, the European Union’s outermost territory, where the current socioeconomic indicators tell a story of imminent chaos: a 38 % poverty degree, the highest in the united kingdom, plus an unbridled 34 unemployment that is percent. Certainly, while final May’s more benign official poll measuring registered unemployment showed a sixteen-year national fall, the Canary Islands emerged as the only Spanish area in which the number of individuals registering for jobless advantages proceeded to go up.
Being an approximated 26,000 Canary Islands families have actually no income whatsoever and 24 per cent for the population that is local2.1 million) has received some form of assistance from the government’s social services programmes within the past year, perhaps one of the most pressing dilemmas associated aided by the region’s financial downfall is the increase in child poverty. According to UNICEF’s 2013 report regarding the Canaries, kid poverty has already reached 29 %. The report not only underlines the worrying hike in the amount of poor kids (as many as 112,000 were recorded right back this season), but also they are becoming poorer. These figures are most useful illustrated into the islands’ public school dinners, where some 12,000 kiddies had been drawn from this service within the last year as their parents had been no longer able to manage it.