The interior is much higher than the rest of the country, and the mountains are roughly in a line running north and south. Its highest mountain, Mount Kenya, is located in approximately the center of the country. The Great Rift Valley runs from north to south through Kenya, separating the Lake Victoria basin to the west from the hills in the east, which slide into the dry grassy lowlands and coastal beaches. Kenya 's topography forms complex ecological zones, including one called the highland zone. This is a region of rolling uplands characterized by cool weather, abundant rainfall, rich volcanic soils, and dense human
Second, we will go over some medical statistics of the country. Followed by a brief synopsis of the education system, and finally we will go over Kenya’s ability to provide its own energy production. We will begin first by covering the general security and crime of Kenya. In Kenya terrorism is a threat in major cities, along the coast, and in the northern border of the country, especially those encompassing Kenyan, and western interests. Since 2011, terrorist attacks have resulted in the deaths of hundreds of people.
Kenya has a lot of unutilized opportunities and resources. Kenya has a population of 40% underage the bigger number of this percentage is below 15. One of the great resources Kenya is blessed with great human power and great soil for agriculture, if this is utilized to the maximum it will be a great stepping stone towards eradication of poverty. The only challenge is water systems. There is need to have advanced means of farming with use of minimal water.
Why does a popular and expensive tourist spot in the middle of the Pacific Ocean have so many homeless people? People dream of vacationing and living the good life in Hawaii. However, there are many people in Hawaii who live in homelessness. The Hawaiian government is trying to help the homeless with numerous efforts. The government has announced that they are using the program, Housing First, which is a nation-wide program known to be the most efficient way to getting people who are suffering from chronic illness off the streets (“Housing First”).
Additionally, Psychotic Depression can make people lose focus in their passion and can lead to suicidal thoughts. To chiefly, if someone has a Psychotic Depression disorder, they have to find help by being closely monitored by a mental health professional,
Haiti, one of the poorest countries in the world, with over half of the population living in extreme poverty, is in desperate need of help (“Poverty in Haiti: Aid, Earthquakes, and Imperialism”). The level of poverty in Haiti is so high that it stands out from the other countries in Latin America. Because of extreme poverty, children are often separated from their families and end up living in orphanages. Many Haitians live on the streets without money or resources needed to overcome poverty (“Top 5 Facts about Poverty in Haiti”). Throughout history and today, Haitians have lived in poverty with small chance of being able to provide for themselves and their families, but organizations such as KORE are investing in the lives of those suffering.
What would you do if you are informed that local people, especially women's complaints about needing to go to further distance than it used to be to gather firewood, the increasing rate of food insecurity, and the dying of streams and rivers which are basic needs in their daily life? A woman called Wangari Maathai from Kenya, Africa responded to a similar question in an effective way which beneficial for local people especially women and their surroundings by planting trees. Kenya was a colony of British until Kenya gained independence in 1963. 50 percent of African's forests have been cleared by the early 19th century. Kenya covered 2.9 percent of what it once existed.
It was found that students with perceived stigmas about depression went to look for help and support than those without depression (Vankar et al. 2014:246). This study shows that there needs to be an increase in awareness about depression and support for those struggling. In conclusion, stigma and discrimination promotes the idea of weak and shameful for the person with depression, resulting in not searching for support and people not caring about those with depression and suicidal thoughts. With all the new things that stress people out so easily now, the amount of people with depression will increase and the lack of knowledge and care for depression still remains will result in higher depression and suicidal
On top of this progression from solitude to depression ensuing, alienation often times leads to the belief that nobody understands them or knows what they are going through, so they depend on themselves, and themselves alone for guidance in their lives. This leads these unfortunate children down the rabbit hole, that leads to distress and of course depression. As shown above, it is apparent that when someone convinces themselves socially, especially in