Also, massive increases in food prices, due to inflation, can drastically impact the accessibility of food to populations facing shortages. Finally, ethnic divides and social constructs of tribes or clans play a big role in how people can be affected by a famine. Whether it is through dependency on specific agricultural practices or severe rivalries and competition amongst kin groups, there is a significant societal aspect as to how human actions can result in man-made famines. Food shortages and famines are a part of human history, but it has not been so integrated into the international sphere at the calibre it is
One of the most popular locations where most Muslims live is in Algeria. Islam first came to Algeria by the Umayyad it was introduced in the early eighth century in some parts of the area. Algeria has about 97 percent of Muslims; Its Muslims population is 38.19 out of 38.3. Other than Algeria, Mauritanians is one of the most popular areas where there is about 100 percent of its population are Muslims. Almost all Mauritanians are Sunni Muslims.
The business potential of the Islamic world brought a sea change in the economic scenario of Europe. The establishment of long-distance trade with the Muslim world was a great opportunity for the Italian cities to acquire exotic materials and increase profit. The adventure seeking nature and entrepreneurial ability of the Muslims of the Medieval era led to enhanced commercial activities in the region. The trade in the Christian areas began to thrive owing to their active engagement with the Muslim trading world. Researchers argue that it was the Muslim world’s influence that led to the advancement of many cities in Christian Europe.
Some government are weak cannot be able to protect their people from violence. Due to the war in the country it may lead to the distractions of properties and lots of people lives. Which it will make people suffer from hunger. Also the political instability of the country may lead to the mass unemployment to the majority are impoverished it hard for them to find job to do. Their vent their anger on the government and that to the war.
To begin with, many Africans did not want to engage in violence with Europeans instead they used diplomacy. For example, in documents 1, 2, and 3 they all want to resolve the problems peacefully by making agreements with the Europeans. In document 1, the British government convinced a couple of African rulers to sign the Royal Niger Company form in 1886 to turn over their land because they want to control the Niger River and the areas around it. Through this standard form, Britain and the African rulers come to a compromise of not getting involved in any wars, and the British will give the
FLAG OF ANGOLA: ANGOLA COUNTRY : GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION : The country Angola has its location central Africa and capital city is Luanda .it was independence on November 11, 1975. it has population 10,069,501 and its important cities are jamba , Huambo , caxito . Angola head of state is Edouardo dos santos and it cover area of 1,246,699 sqkm .Angola type of government is republic and its currency is 183Akwazas =1 USD Angola country continent is Africa and its region is southern Africa and its coordinates is 12°30′S 18°30′E.the longest river of Angola is Congo river 4344m. The Natural resources are petroleum, diamonds, iron ore, phosphates, copper, gold, uranium , bauxite .The climate is equatorial to tropical . Literacy rate of Angola country is 42% and the official languages is Portuguese. Major cities are Amboim ,Bailundo ,Benguela, Caala ,Calandula ,Ganda, Huambo .
The region has large cultivable land and rich water resource potentials. Though, it is blessed with various potentials and opportunities mentioned above, it has remained one of the least developed regions in the country and it is food insecure. There are many factors contributing to food insecurity are: very poor socioeconomic conditions, low crop production and productivity due rudimentary labor intensive farm tools, prevalence of crop diseases, pests and weeds, declining soil fertility, inadequate use of improved agricultural inputs, erratic rainfall, human diseases (like malaria), poor infrastructure facilities (road and market), absence of credit services and poor working culture of the indigenous communities largely due to use of labour intensive farm tools and low awareness (BGRFSS,
In Western Africa for instance, there has been a major issue breeding conflicts resulting into the loss of life and property on a large scale where herders move from the overgrazed into farmlands and destroy the farm produce. Therefore, increased population growth has not only influenced poverty on a large scaled but also put the security of life and property at
This is because those who without education hardly can find a job compare to those who have education background (Allen, 2013). When unemployment rate of a country is high, it prevents the country from progressing in all aspect as the country have a lot of job out there but no suitable people with the right skill to fit in the position. These in turn will lead the rate of poverty to increase. Therefore, unemployment without doubt is a threat to political instability. For example, in Africa, dependence ratio on governments is very high and people tend to do anything as long as they get their issues address such as unemployed person in Africa tend to lose all the democratic values and peaceful means in them and they consider that their government is worthless because fail to provide them have work (Frimpong,