Essay On Hunger In Ethiopia

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Hunger in Ethiopia Every day the world develops widely and jumps great leaps in technology. Yet lots of unfortunate people die every minute caused by famines, civil wars, and rapacity of some who rape others rights and dreams of decent lives. Today in the 21th century shamefully, there are a lot of starve, literally, to death. Starvation is a severe deficiency in caloric energy intake. It is the most extreme form of malnutrition. In humans, prolonged starvation can cause permanent organ damage and eventually, death. Dying starving is probably is the most slowly inhumane way to die, however; not all the deaths were caused directly by starving. Children also die from others diseases like diarrhea, measles and malaria after the hunger have weakened their little bodies. (freedomfromhunger , (n.d.) ) Firstly one of the major causes of the famine in Ethiopia is the unstable rains that the country waits for every year. These include floods and droughts. However, the most concrete impact recently has been by drought. The government and the people have not been able to provide enough food supply for themselves. Due to the growth…show more content…
Most of the school children also dropped schools to work attempting to have enough money provide food along with the family provider and in some bad cases they desperately search for water or any other land sources they can use to survive. Some unfortunate people were binding their stomachs with any available material to ease the pain of hunger. Also urgent food supplies and first-aid and some basic-survival assistances reach the most vulnerable people in countries suffering famines and some civil wars. But it doesn’t seem enough to maintain such a worldwide growing catastrophe. Many more efforts and solutions must be done to prevent losing more poor suffering souls. (actionagainsthunger ,
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