My goal is to open some quality training institute because there are not enough jobs there. From what I experienced in Liberia many are not well educated. Just few of them can read and write with a full understand. This Foundation will build a nice selling hall because that is the most popular job in Monrovia. All most all people know how to sell to earn a living.
Ever wondered why there are only 4.46 million people in Lebanon, and around 16 million people outside of Lebanon? Well this is because of the lack of investing businesses in this country. The political parties that are found in Lebanon are leading to a massive economic depression. Where individuals have to be a part of one of the parties found in Lebanon so they can have, not a wealthy lifestyle but a minimum of, a normal living lifestyle. Lebanon is a country where its lifestyle is expensive comparing to the salaries that are offered around.
Why are there poor countries? Some countries are poor because they lack natural resources, while several are full off and do not know how to use them in order to achieve their economic potential. One of the best examples is Nigeria. It has resources, but does not know how to exploit them. Nigeria Nigeria, the largest country in Africa, whose population was estimated to 178,516,904.0 million in 2014 is also unexpectedly reported to fight absolute poverty; 60.9% of Nigerians lived in absolute poverty in 2010.
Many people including the father of Tanzania “Julius Kambarage Nyerere” tried to solve the issue of poverty in Tanzania by implementing policies to help the economy, but they failed. The inability to solve this problem causes the community to suffer from many diseases, poor living conditions, unsafe working environment, and alcohol and substance abuse. According to many researches the main reason for poverty in the developing countries is the high percentage of illiteracy especially in Africa, “Around the world,
The percentage of hunger in South Africa is very high, and this problem is not solved till now. This article will explain the hunger problem in South Africa, the causes of increasing the hunger, it affects and the previous solutions attempted to solve the problem. Hunger in South Africa has many causes. The First major cause of hunger is price inflation. According to kitissou (2014), January 2006 till June 2008, was the worst period in South Africa because prices of food were doubled.
When the people of Nigeria take to the streets they are usually against things like fuel prices or strikes but resistance to social leveling campaigns in higher education is in most states if not all of the 36 states in my country. Nigeria has one of the world 's highest economic growth rates, averaging 7.4% according to the Nigeria economic report released in July 2014 by the World Bank. Poverty may have been overestimated because the country 's economy is now being understood more and more. Poverty still remains significant at 33.1% in Africa 's biggest economy. For a country with massive wealth and a huge population to support commerce, the level of poverty remains unacceptable.over the last decade, a well-developed economy, and plenty of natural resources such as
Simple jobs like nurses or electricians can’t be filled because no one has knowledge of those subject, which causes poor health care and infrastructure in the country. The human development index proves that countries where children with few years of education are overall less developed. South Korea’s recent transformations shows how important a strong education system truly is. Thirty years ago it was a low income country with 78% of it’s population illiterate because only 40% of children were able to attend secondary school. After the country decided to invest money in their education system, all children had to opportunity to attend secondary school, thus their economy skyrocketed.
And then starts to say that increasing inequality because those born without anything is expected to climb up to the top when they have nothing to support himself up. While the top 20 percent already is going to be always on the 2 to 3 top chance of staying on top. The fact that there are still children born into the wealthiest nation in the world is quite saddening. Knowing many of those children won't be able to escape the poverty due to the lack of funding to help them get out of where they are born into. Our poverty level is comparable to countries like
ESSAY ON ALLEVIATING EXTREME POVERTY AND THE ROLE OF WORLD BANK Introduction Extreme poverty remains a big challenge to the growth of any economy. As a Kenyan, I am saddened by the fact that today we still have approximately 42% of our people living below the poverty line, yet the rich continue to become richer. Poverty in Kenya is especially evident in the rural setup of the country where you cannot help but notice poor infrastructure and fewer job opportunities. As a result, many people from these areas continue to migrate to the urban areas in search for a better life and opportunities. While the rural urban migration may seem as the logical choice for many people, it has come with numerous disastrous effects to our economy such as the following: • Our city’s resources like water and electricity are being depleted as an increased number of people are competing for the same services and resources.
Nigeria has 16,000 millionaires and 9,500 of them live in Lagos. This does not apply to the numerous amounts of poor and homeless people that live in the slums while other people are allowing in wealth. During the past years, the increase in the wealth gap is noticeable. Since the price of oil in Nigeria has reduced, more oil company owners have fire some employees as they cannot pay them. This is a good example because, the less people to pay, the more money to retain for themselves.