The concept of "Poverty" has travelled a long way since the development of society through from time to time in history. Contemporary conception of poverty is well associated with "social exclusion", "life chances" and "autonomy and dignity". And there are various means to measurement the poverty, simply from measuring the basic survival needs identified by absolute poverty or poverty line to relative poverty, by simply comparing others. Even though the conception and measurement have been changed from basic survival needs to more comprehensive dimension of life with response to the progress of industrialization, poverty has ever been an eternal and ever-existing problem facing the society and the states at all times. It presents not only in the under developed or developing countries, but also in most developed countries.Until the states reach to the welfare states model, the society has to rely solely on their own household and the employment opportunities to solve in order to tackle their poverty problem and to survive as economically well-being in our modern dynamic societies. But still, there are very specific populations of the society, the children, who are too young and not competent enough to enter into employment market. Hence, the children are the most vulnerable and high risk for the poverty in our daily life.