In India, the role of a breadwinner in an underprivileged family is crucial. Often, the breadwinner is the sole earner in the family, responsible for fulfilling the basic needs of their loved ones like food, shelter, and clothing.
In many cases, the breadwinner has to work long hours, take up multiple jobs or work in difficult and risky conditions to make ends meet. This can adversely affect their health, but they continue working as they have no other choice.
If the breadwinner falls ill or loses their job, the family's financial condition takes a hit, and it becomes challenging for them to access basic necessities and opportunities for growth. Children in the family may have to drop out of school to work or help with household chores, impacting their chances of a better future.
On the other hand, if the breadwinner can provide for their family's basic needs and has some additional income, they can provide their children with opportunities for education or skill development, giving them a chance to break the cycle of poverty.
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