It is important to tap Hispanic population for healthcare and public health professions as they grow within the city. In addition, the city needs to focus on the importance of community-based strategies for Hispanic population’s education and outreach, like Community Health Workers. The City of Chicago should look for build a cultural effectiveness into strategies to serve the city’s ethnically and racially diverse populations by using successful models such as successful programs from organizations (City of Chicago,
According to Preserving Affordable Housing is Green (2008), affordable housing during the renovation process creates healthier living environments. It resolves a big number of slums in many cities in the universe such as Dharabi in Mumbai, Kibera in Kenya and Kadwe in Zambia where lack of good condition and serious unsanitary. By this way, affordable housing receives positive idea such as “If construct affordable housing, then the remainder of the slum can be raised. This could change the whole lifestyle of Kibera” (Lunami, n.d.). Also, affordable housing always has sewerage system, fresh water and collecting garbage services, so people they do not have to live based on the dirty channel as well as let out waste water into the river or channels which moving around the urban center.
The Toronto Regent Park area is known for being a culturally diverse, yet highly impoverished and socio-economically divided are. The Regent Park revitalization project is a large opportunity for Toronto Community Housing to recreate the area to become a vibrant, mixed income community. The project will be support the infrastructure/economy as well. The addition of commercial areas will increase employment rates and possibly remove a percentage of the citizens from the poverty line. The Regent Park Employment Plan and TCHC provide connections to jobs available through Regent Park revitalization, city-wide initiatives, and wider labour market opportunities.
President Hoover did not allow blacks to hold federal office or work on federal construction jobs. And when the depression hit, blacks were hit the hardest; when Roosevelt took office, over 50% of blacks were unemployed because the blacks, who typically worked low-skill, low-paying jobs, had their jobs stolen by desperate whites.
In the course of time it is equally significant to regard the people’s own beliefs , knowledge , customs experiences , practices, systems and structures that give meaning to the ECPH and mitigate the discontinuity between peoples perceptions and the health intervention package through regular dialogue.A relevant , vigorous and sustainable model is required for an improvement in the health system performance to prevent a decline in the status of health and development and also to break the vicious cycle of poverty and ill-health in Africa. There is a highly diverse health system that exists across Africa and its improvement would be based on the convergence of expertise, commitment, and resources throughout the system. A powerful model for improvement would embrace all the proportions that prove to be critical to health by labelling not only the risk factors of disease but also linking health and employment ,nourishment, food security , financing for health and cross-cutting issues. An approach would be better accustomed to issues
By educating yourself and others in approaches to increase affordability in an urban area you can create a stable network throughout the nation that will rallying funds and strategies to help solve the affordable housing problem. The affordability Crisis affects us all not just the lower income population. (Community Tool Box,2015) The United States is dealing with an Affordable Housing Crisis. This Crisis is echoing throughout the states and social classes. This issue effects everyone.
The school has had to make budget cuts but thankfully has kept the band program. This is one example of an extremely fortunate school, but unfortunately this isn 't the reality of it for every school. Many schools in the Chicago area have had to cut their music and arts programs. They laid off over 1,000 teachers and 10 percent of them being art or music teachers. Chicago sadly isn 't alone in these cuts, Philadelphia schools have started to follow this unfortunate trend.
In 1929, the U.S. was hit with the worst economic crisis in the history of the country, the Great Depression. The Great Depression left millions of people unemployed and cost millions their life's savings. The Depression lasted for ten long years for the American people. Since the Great Depression ended, people have studied it, trying to figure out what happened that started it all. The problem was, in fact, the poor economic habits of the people at the time, such as speculation, income maldistribution, and overproduction.
George Waring and his group cleaned the streets of cities like New York that had been previously littered with manure from horses, others animals, and even humans. The reforms that he put into place would later lead to the basises of recycling, street-cleaning and sanitation in general. Reforms made during the Progressive Era to working and living conditions in America during the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century improved life and had lasting effects. The changes made to workplaces provided safer environments for factory workers and children. The changes and improvements made to city sanitation during the Progress Era paved the way for sanitation and recycling in the modern world.
In this view, it is important to identify the social and environmental factors that greatly influence the health of the individuals and the population. As well as knowing which program can meet the needs for them in terms of benefit, cost, and burden (Holden, et al., 2015). The social determinants of the individuals are explained by