It is not a rare sight and it is saddening to see people fighting due to the differences they have between themselves. People who are not willing to accept one another into the community and excluding people out of the society is what that is happening around the world. With all the presence of events that is happening around the world, I strongly believe that it is not possible to have an inclusive and tolerant society to a certain extent.
In this regard, the rice policy obtains some approval. Conversely, the scheme is also concerned about the potential for flooding the Thai market with low-quality rice because it sets the humidity requirement only at less than 15%. Consequently, the number of fast-growing and low-quality rice, increases others think. In fact, a lot of farmers admitted that they grew such rice in order to sell to the government. Finally, the assumption that the scheme is hunting the rice industry and the country’s finance is accepted.
First, he explains that the so-called “poverty trap” is not the cause of poor nations’ slow or nonexistent growth, despite the claims of foreign aid organizations. Easterly argues instead that bad governments and their interference with their economies may be the reason for many countries’ slow growth. To fix this problem, many aid organizations attempt to assist poor nations by restructuring their economic institutions from the top down. However, Easterly claims that these attempts have shown to be futile time and time again. He argues that this is because restructuring an entire economy from the top down is almost always bound to fail.
It may seem as though there is nothing we as citizens can do to help the Rohingya people because they are so far away and their may not be anything we can do to influence the problem without actually going there. However there is one major thing we can do to influence the crisis from home. The rohingya are considered to be a forgotten people. Their rights have been taken away, they are being forced out of their home country, and they have virtually no say in their lives or futures. What the Rohingya people need more than anything right now is a voice.
When we take that biodiversity away and put wildlife at risk of extinction, we risk bringing the whole scale tumbling down. Recently biodiversity around the world has been in decline due to many factors like pollution or destruction of natural habitats. The effects of this can be felt throughout different aspects of the world. The continuous endangerment of wildlife is problematic for all humanity because it directly diminishes the food supply and consequently dwindles the economy. People going hungry is just one of the many negative effects of the decline of biodiversity.
The American government claims that they do not have enough money to support the ever increasing population of America, as well as immigrants and refugees, but that does not excuse sending innocent people back to war-torn countries in which they are persecuted, and-in extreme cases- even killed. Refugees travel to America out of a necessity, a desire to escape the dangerous conditions of their home country. Risking everything, many refugees who find themselves hoping to find solace in America, are instead turned away, sent back to their home countries. Immigrants suffer as well, leaving everything behind in their home countries, and coming to America for better a better life. Instead, they are forcefully sent back to their home countries, despite the potential they have to bring great things to America.
Pakistan is facing many challenges from the lack of access to basic health care services, to poverty, illiteracy, women’s low status, unhygienic water supplies and sanitation and the most important problem Pakistan is facing is unemployment. Pakistan has one of the highest unemployment rate in the world. According to UN Pakistan has approximately 5.8% unemployment rate. The unemployment rate in Pakistan is increasing and due to increasing amount of unemployment many crime takes place, Pakistan has a lot of natural resources but due to poor governance we can’t use them with full potential. You can find many educated people for example doctors, engineers and graduates roaming around for job in Pakistan but couldn’t find a job worth their education.
Kenya subscribes fully to Structural Adjustment Programs (SAP) for development. These have had a negative effect on employment patters especially in the civil service where the SAPs have called for cut-backs on government spending with employment freeze and retrenchment being key strategies. Lending rates are out of reach of many people locking them out of self-employment. The local manufacturing industry including ‘Jua Kali’ sector has also not performed due to competition from cheap imports. Unemployment has many effects on individuals.
It is also about hunger, lack of shelter, being sick and unable to see a doctor, and not knowing how to advance one’s future, among other concerns. The faces of poverty represent people from all walks of life, all backgrounds, and diverse cultures. And it is only a matter of time before everyone turned to acts of self-desperation to escape the gripping hands of
But now Water scarcity is the one of the increasing problem especially for the peoples there who already lacks access to clean water. Some of these countries, including the UAE, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, and Iraq, are facing unique problems that require global, immediate consideration. In all these countries the main problem is the lack of water resources and low