Many kids in the U.S are suffering from child hunger and don’t know when their next meal would come and where it would come from. Children won’t progress in school since child hunger affects their school performance and grades. If we donate more to foundations that exist today then there is a higher chance of change and child hunger ending. Child hunger is spreading spreading all over the world and if we don’t stop it in the U.S we won’t be able to help other countries. With a little donation you could be the reason why our future generations are improving, the world is safe, and there is now no child hungry.
Childhood obesity is a rising issue in the United States and has been deemed one of “the most serious public health challenges of the 21st century” by the World Health Organization (WHO) and will continue to be one if nothing is done. Out of all the programs aimed at helping children get healthy, our main focus should be school-based programs. We need to concentrate our attention on teaching our children in schools how to make proper food choices and get them excited about moving around and being active. In the US, over 25% of children are considered overweight and almost 10% are considered obese. These are outrageously high numbers and are only going to increase unless we act fast.
Hunger and poverty have been staggering issues for many years without solid resolutions. As educational institutions, schools are in a pivotal position to accept responsibility in meeting these students nutritional needs. Poor students likely do not get regular healthy meals at home, so schools can make an important impact on their situations. Left unchanged, these poor students will continue to experience the myriad of life struggles. Will you make a commitment to be a change agent in making a difference in the nutritional health of this population, which can have a lifetime positive
Head Start is a federal funded program for children between ages three to five who are underprivileged and come from low income families. A child’s mind when they first go to school is rapidly developing and at school teachers are responsible for guiding their students and helping them develop throughout the school year. If a child gets a bad teacher they can’t develop like they are suppose to. For many low income families public schools are their only option and before Head Start public schools didn’t really have a good preschool option. If a child attended preschool it regularly costed money and poor, low income families couldn’t afford to send their children to a private preschool.
Growing up children whom parents suffer from this illness will more than likely follow their footsteps. Parents play the major role in a child’s life and impact their future. Forms of different abuse is a common leader for over eating or not eating at all. One feels as if they need to punish themselves for something they had no control over. Life throws many obstacles and changes over the many years.
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.
The alteration of the school schedule would also decrease productivity in students of all ages. It is exceedingly difficult for teenagers to focus for eight hours at a time, let alone ten. Dr. Iroise Dumontheil, author of research regarding the development of students, declared that it was not due to lack of motivation that students have trouble focusing in school. She stated, “it’s not the fault of teenagers that they can’t concentrate… Adolescents simply don’t have the same mental capacities as an adult” (A. Hill 2010). Accordingly, by asking students to remain in classes for an extra two hours a day, school systems are requesting more devotion from teenagers who cannot focus for lengthy periods of time due to their developing brains.
At the early stages of the country, people tend to bear as many children as they can; yet the following hunger becomes a huge burden to most of the families, especially those in poorer areas. For the sake of increasing productivity and feeding more children, the government later comes up with the decision of family planning. It is beneficial for the fast developing stage of China, because when there are fewer people who share the limited amount of food, there will be more who can be well-fed and contribute completely to
The governments of all nations must take unforgiving measures against child trafficking. There are 800 million unemployed grown-ups on the planet; and yet, the quantity of working children is assessed to be at more than 300 million. Replacing these working children with their generally unemployed parents would bring about higher family earnings since grown-ups are paid better, and the resulting rise in production costs would have little impact on exports
Childhood obesity is, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO) one of the most public health challenges of the 21 century, with over 42 million children under 5 estimated to be overweight (WHO). The epidemic is caused by a global trend towards radically reduced physical activity levels. This is coupled by a global shift in diet towards energy-dense foods that are high in fat, salt and sugars (HFSS), but low in vitamins and minerals, and advertising and marketing for these types of food products are argued to be partly to blame for the shift in dietary intake. There are some considerable concerns expressed about the Level of children’s exposure to brands on social networks, leading to complex arguments about children’s resulting sense of reality and feelings of self-esteem. Skaar (2009) for example argues that the constant viewing of brands and products online, and the opportunity for children to adopt the strategies and resources of professional marketers to market them, lay foundations for social competition and reinforces patterns of exclusion and uniformity.