To date, the epidemic has left behind 13.2 million orphans, children who before the age of 15 have lost either their mother or both parents to AIDS. Economic impacts - growing evidence suggests that AIDS is having a devastating effect on economic growth and incomes. An African country overall GDP growth would be 2.6% lower each year. At the end of 20 years, the economy would be two thirds smaller than it would otherwise have been. Workers - AIDS reduces the number of healthy workers, especially experienced workers in their most productive years.
FAO reported that 2008 was the second largest crop in history. That same year, according to Action International, five million children died of hunger. It has been shown that the planet can produce food for a population more significant than the current one. However, 1.02 billion people suffer from famine (1 in 6.5), and 100 million more joined last years. The poor are not responsible for hungry lives, without water and electricity.
Living in a low income area largely affects pregnancies. Pregnancies are heavily affected by living in low income areas in the way that it alters your confidence and mental stability, the mother cannot provide for the child like she would like to, and because more women in low income areas are adolescence. In comparison to women/teens in higher income areas, they are more likely to not
INTRODUCTION India, a six decade independent country still strives hard to protect its children less than five years of age. According to UNICEF 2011 Report, India is the home to the largest number of children in the world with 20 percentage of 0-4 year child population. The number of live births in the country is estimated to be 27 million according to the same report, which again constitutes 20 percentage of total number of live births in the world. Contemporarily India contributes to more than 20 percentage of child deaths in the world, in about 1.83 million children die annually before completing their fifth birthday. While India has made significant gains in child survival in the age group 1-4 years since 1990(56 percentage decline) the overall decline in the child mortality was largely hindered by subdued progress in the age of neonatal deaths.
They also have a have higher possibility of dying before their first birthday. One third of deaths, some 18 million people a year or 50,000 per day, are due to poverty-related causes. ("Poverty - New World Encyclopedia", 2017) Infectious diseases continue to stain the lives of the poor across the world. An estimated 40 million people are living with HIV/AIDS, with 3 million deaths in 2004. Every year there are 350–500 million cases o bf malaria, with 1 million fatalities: Africa accounts for 90
Poverty can mean different things But there is a difference between poverty and extreme poverty. But UN:s definition of poverty is to try to survive on less than 2 dollars a day, UN:s definition of extreme poverty is to try to survive on less than 1.25 dollars a day. POVERTY IN THE US The number of poor in the United States rose slightly last year, to 46.5 million from 46.2 million in 2011. The proportion of those living below the poverty line, however, was unchanged at 15 percent of the population, according to new statistics. The figures show that the economic recovery which led to stock market rally has not yet found its way to ordinary wage earners.
Malnutrition in the Central African Republic is one of the main and top concerns for the country. Nearly one third of the population is food insecure with 47.7 percent of children suffer from malnutrition. In 2008 nearly 66.26 percent of the population was living at less than $1.90 a day. But people are not just sitting around and not doing anything. The world food program has begun its first food vouchers program to assist more than 100,000 people affected by conflict.
It is believed that around 10.2 million people are getting hunger out of the total population of 100 million people. Meanwhile, UNICEF reports approximately six million children are at risk from hunger, disease, and lack of water in Ethiopia due to drought, and around 10.2 million people are in need of food aid.
The article reported that within the space on two years 2005-2007 that the number of deaths as a result of AIDS had fallen from 2.2 million to 2 million. There was also three times the quantity of anti malarial bed nets being provided to 16 of the 20 sub Saharan African countries since the turn of the millennium. The radius of forest conservation has expanded by one third since 1990. And 1.6 billion people who were previously unable to get clean water now have access. Major medicinal firms have also agreed to lower their prices for developing countries.
Nevertheless, 61 percent of Nigerian are still living under poverty line which is less than one dollar a day, approximately 100 million people are lacking of money, food, shelter, cloth and medical cares. Kids are lacking of education caused by unemployment parents, many analyst predict that by the year of 2045 the unemployment rate will rise up up from 100 million to 200 million (Lghobor, 2013) . Education is also the major factor of poor 60 percent of students who graduated every year are unemployed because of low standard of education caused by government corruption and financial unmanagement. Corruption in Nigeria is normal more than over ten years partisan drain lots of money from exporting fuel approximately 2 million barrel a day which can feed every poor in Nigeria, and because of the growth of Nigeria economy all the rich are getting benefit and continue to getting richer meanwhile the poor cannot afford themselves and getting more worse until they are lacking of the basic needs. Boko Haram also involved in this situation because the Islamic militant group, Boko Haram was born in northeast and northwest are known as the poorest part of Nigeria so they protest in the violent way and killed of 250 people (Brock,