We can help, so we mus help: resident

Alexandra Vaughan-Taylor (24) with foods that will be a part of her diet during her Live Below the Line experience.
Alexandra Vaughan-Taylor (24) with foods that will be a part of her diet during her Live Below the Line experience.

Week of hunger to help world’s poor

She said doing the Live Below the Line challenge would help her comprehend the limited choices those living in extreme poverty have.

‘Being the first person in my family to be born in Australia, I have grown up being aware that the rest of the world doesn’t live the privileged life I do so it is essential for me to feel that I am contributing to making this world a more equitable place,’ she said.

‘Live Below the Line is one of many avenues to contribute because the money raised through this campaign will go towards education programs for kids in two of the poorest countries in our region – Cambodia and Papua New Guinea.’