A unique and fresh writeup because of its multidisciplinary approach, combining the most interesting pieces of different disciplines, with a very interesting aspect of theology [Patrick De Develtere, professor, KU Leuven]. This book presents a multidimensional evidence-based poverty alleviation paradigm which demonstrates that an integration of charity & justice, & other dichotomies of life is necessary to effectively deal with poverty [Johan De Tavernier, Dean and professor, Faculty of Theology & Religious Studies, KU Leuven]. A groundbreaking, thought-provoking, courageous, & interdisciplinary scrutiny of catholic social teachings regarding poverty alleviation! Dr. Awiah offers us a convincing plaidoyer for a new, persuasive, brilliant, & praxis-oriented poverty alleviation tool [Eugene Suom-Dery, moral theologian, former lecturer/formator, St. Victor Seminary, Ghana, a prolific writer]. The author employs a theological interdisciplinary approach to remarkably develop a poverty alleviation framework, highly theoretical but also very down to earth, exciting & enriching. [Augustine Abasi, Theologian, Social & Cultural Anthropologist, former Senior Lecturer, UDS, Ghana].