The Syrian Civil War has been prolonged further than ever anticipated. With casualties reaching the hundreds of thousands, this war has left permanent impacts on families across all of Syria. The civil war in Syria was sparked from the Arab Spring which consisted of countries in North Africa and Middle East. It then escalated to widespread violence emitting from the Syrian government, and resulting in what is now the Syrian Civil War. With all of this starting from a peaceful protest and now resulting in a violent and messy war, is it really worth it at this point?
Insurance scams and contractor fraud made many people weary and distrustful regarding the rebuilding efforts and is one of many contributing factors to why many former residents have not returned to New Orleans. These are just some of the problems the City of New Orleans was faced with. A flood protection plan system designed by ACE (Army Corps of Engineers) that can endure a storm that could transpire once every 100
Another effect of hunger would be not being able to develop correctly. “Globally, 155 million children under five years old, still suffer from stunting”(‘Know Your World’). Too many children are stunted, meaning at a certain point in a child’s life, they can suddenly stop growing, or slow down, therefore not being able to grow up like they should. 226 million children are stunted shorter than they should. Sixty-seven million children weigh less than they should.
The Syrian civil war started six years ago, causing a lot of destruction and misery, and unfortunately it still continues with no sign of any tangible solution. Hundreds of thousands of people were killed, homes were destroyed , families were separated, and many cities were pulverized. According to World Vision (2014) 13.5 million people in Syria need humanitarian assistance due to the violent civil war. Over 6.5 million Syrians have been left homeless looking for safety and peace in different cities. In addition to the 4.8 million Syrian refugees who left their country and moved to other close countries seeking protection, health care, and shelter for themselves and their families ("Syria refugee crisis FAQ: What you need to know", para.
Mariam Ismail 900152300 Rhetorical Argument #1 Since the year 2011, the Syrian civil war has brought terrible atrocities upon the people of Syria. These atrocities have caused the Syrian people to lose their homes, livelihoods, family members, - and most importantly- their sense of security in their very own country. Ever since the war has been triggered, not only have people been wounded, permanently disabled, or killed, they also watched their homes getting destroyed and their loved ones killed in front of them. Moreover, children were traumatized as they closely witnessed violence and brutality. This in turn led to the need of about 13 million Syrians to receive humanitarian assistance.
Researchers: Kyle Antonio Latayan & Margaret Manuel General Topic: Nutrition Narrowed Topic: Effects of malnutrition on children ages 6-10 in NCR in 2013 Thesis Statement: There are several effects of malnutrition among children living in the poverty line because they do not receive adequate education. Literature Review Nutrition is one of the essential processes directly influencing the overall health and growth of an individual. This requires a person to be fully aware on the types and quantity of food he or she needs to intake on a regular basis. However, the nutrition education of most people are adversely affected, as poverty continues to be one of the central problems encompassing the whole world, especially the third world countries.
Poverty is a major factor in this regard and accounts for close to 70 percent of the factors that cause streetism in Ethiopia. The levels of poverty is increasing in urban areas and children have no choice but to go out and look for jobs to earn enough to assist their families or themselves (FSCE2006:iii). According to (Abate 2004) Children are vulnerable to food insecurity due to their dependency status and their low social positions. They are mostly guided and supervised by adults, they cannot make their own decisions and many of them are forced to take low paying and difficult unskilled jobs to earn their daily meals, which results in many of them often living a life of abuse and
According to Gettleman in “Armed & Underage” he states, “While the number of conflicts involving child soldiers has dropped since 2004 from 27 to 15, human-rights experts estimate that more than 200,000 children worldwide are still being used as combatants, usually against their will. And it isn't just boys: Girls are often pressed into duty as cooks or messengers. Many are subjected to sexual abuse, including rape.” Gettleman is saying that boys and girls that are in the army have to deal with struggles. This supports that war brings hardship to countries and their people because in this case, the children that are drafted in the army are dealing with hardship with being in the army. Also, according to Gettleman he states, “‘These kids can be so easily brainwashed," Ali says.
Children’s education and safety : Syrian children who are considered the land's hope for a better future have lost precious ones, experienced wounds, missed years of schooling and education, and witnessed awful violence. Fighting parties force children to serve as warriors, human defenses and shields. Syrians prize education highly. But in Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon and Turkey there are simply not enough opportunities for Syrian children to be educated. In Jordan, 90,000 Syrian children are going without a formal education, and 20% of refugee children have left school in order to work.
Natural disasters are a nature’s events and are uncontrollable, although predictable. They include typhoons , rainy season flooding, tornadoes and tsunami. An article in the Guardian states that a study has revealed natural disaster has displaces three times as many people as war in 2013. An average of 27 million people a year or 42 million in total in 2010 have lost their homes ( Guardian.com,2014). A tsunami event that occurred in 2004 , called the Boxing Day Tsunami, displaced 1.7 million and injured half a million of souls.