Presentation on theme: "Exchange Rates. The Exchange Rate is between two currencies and the rate at which one currency will be exchanged for another. The values between currencies."— Presentation transcript:
The Exchange Rate is between two currencies and the rate at which one currency will be exchanged for another. The values between currencies is always fluctuating, and changes daily. What are Exchange Rates?
RestaurantsAverage Meal at McDonalds12,263.43 Bif Coke/Pepsi (0.33 litre bottle) 1,717.97 Bif Water (0.33 litre bottle)1,479.21 Bif Markets Average. Milk (1 litre)2,670.84 Bif Loaf of Fresh White Bread (500g)2,893.15 Bif Rice (1kg)3,973.54 Bif Eggs (12)4,045.10 Bif Apples (1kg)6,794.83 Bif Oranges (1kg)5,118.85 Bif Potato (1kg)2,734.73 Bif
Transportation Average. Petrol (1 litre)2,559.43 Bif Clothing And Shoes Average 1 Pair of Jeans (Levis 501)36,187.76 Bif 1 Pair of Nike Shoes63,888.25 Bif 1 Pair of Men Leather Shoes138,684.24 Bif The Exchange Rate: Sterling - Burundi Francs
What is Live Below the Line? Live Below the Line is an awareness and fundraising campaign, challenging individuals and communities to eat and drink on £1 a day. By taking part in LBTL, you are shining a light on the 1.2 billion people living in extreme poverty, on just £1 a day. In 2015, schools across the country will take part in Live Below the Line by eating and drinking on £1 for one whole day.
Can you help Send a Cow to change lives? Take up the Live Below the Line challenge and raise money for our Burundi campaign. Burundi is the hungriest country in the world. Families here have been living on much less for a lifetime. Hunger ultimately means loss of life - and of all hope for any kind of meaningful future.
Send a Cow: Burundi
With the money you raise we can start to end hunger in the country one family, one community at a time. It raise means we can get into the heart of these communities and, within months, see them growing enough food to feed their families.
For every £100 you raise we will support a group to set up an allotment to grow fruit and veg to feed their families and sell. And for every person helped, a further 9 benefit, spreading the impact of the money you raise still further.
Crucially, your support will mean people feel valued, not forgotten. This is the spark. When a person feels valued they believe they can take the livestock and the knowledge we provide and shape their own future. It starts with an appetite for change. We simply provide the means to make that happen. Will you help us?