The benefits of technology are numerous and are helping us to build a new world, affecting for good our health and educational system. It is destroying some ‘worn-out’ but very good values that we as humans built throughout our existence. Our moral and social values are still the pillars of our modern society, and we ought to not definitely forget that. In my opinion, we only need a way to fit all these amazing values in the new world that we are building. We need to find a harmony in our social existence and the usage of
People should promote the spirit of unity, helping one another so that we do not see one another suffer while we have something to offer as help instead of throwing away food that could be of most important to the next person who is in need. Christians believe that a person is a multidimensional, a person should love the next person like they love themselves. An individual should assist the next person who is in need so that they could not go to bed in an empty stomach and this can be the most effective way that poverty alleviation can be seen and nations could also develop into being better and better nations that are able
Almost half of the world, Over three billion people live on less than 2.50 dollars a day in an average. Around 2.2 million children die each year because they are not immunized due to hunger. Hunger is one of the main effect of poverty and the cause of it, is death. In my opinion one of the reason for poverty is corruption which is widespread in almost all countries, only developed countries where level of corruption is low is able to successfully cope with poverty. Extreme global poverty is a problem that affects a large percentage of the world’s population and will continue to spread until no strict action is taken by their respected countries.
Elimination of inequality among people and businesses would help enable the people of it to reach their greatest potential personally, and as one. Although some may think that capitalism is the best government , a true communism government would be the most
Health and Globalization The increasing movement of people, food and manufactured goods is consistent with the globalized system, which we are familiar with today. Although it is beneficial and almost essential for the continued economic sustainability of this system, studies show that it has a detrimental effect on public health. One simple approach would be to reduce these flows. Perhaps to take on a more localized approach to food production and distribution. Although this initially this approach may be successful, I believe this approach would certainly have a detrimental impact on the economies of the nations concerned.
Once people can understand and accept their inherent differences in race, gender, and physical ability, it changes their beliefs and perceived social norms. Having social equality would ensure that all people have the same rights and access to social goods and services. The unsustainable lifestyle of the wealthy few is storing up catastrophic climate change. Sharing these resources and encouraging people to live together. This would then prevent racial riots and reserving resources in favor of those who are viewed as superior.
Khaled ALDhaheri 12-C 03/02/17 ALDhaheri195@gmail.com Day1/BLOCK1 The Causes of Poverty Poverty is One of the most dangerous things that happened in Earth, Because Poverty Can spread Diseases like Malaria, AIDS and more diseases that can lead to death and when people can’t afford food or something to eat this is a problem that the Government cases, Because the Government should give their people jobs and money so they can buy themselves something to eat and to their kids. People Around the world die and some of them die from the diseases of poverty and Hunger. The diseases can spread all around the World
The combination of a government safety net built on the ability to work and a low-wage labor market increasingly designed not to deliver a living wage has delivered a vicious one-two punch to the would-be working poor. This is the main cause of “extreme poverty” or the equivalent of families living on $2.00 per person, per day. According to the book aptly named book “$2.00 a Day” by Kathryn J. Edin and Luke Shaefer, the number of American currently affected by this is one and a half million households, including about three million children in 2011. Addressed in chapter four of the book ‘By Any Means Necessary’, a major flaw in the welfare chain is exposed: the Supplementary Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), its limitations, and the importance of cash as a substitute for the program to those in extreme poverty. If you considered SNAP as an income equivalent to cash within the pool of families living in extreme poverty, the number of households making $2.00 a day with these government benefits comes to 800,000 or about half of the extreme poverty population.
The authors explain how every minute there are cut around four hundred threes in Amazon forests . More precisely, twelve to fifteen million hectares of forest are lost each year, the same as thirty six football fields a minute. The forest, and all the diversity, and life in it is being burned with the slash and burn method, just to get more space for animal farming. This means that they can clear land quickly, but it is very bad for the environment because it realises big amounts of Carbon Dioxide. This process is destroying the natural habitat of all the millions of diverse spices that Amazon has to offer, as well as killing the total of two thirds of the word's plant spices.
1 million and 250 thousand; this is the worldwide number of deaths in a year due to the traffic accidents according to WHO (World Health Organization). When we calculate this data, approximately, one person is killed every 25 seconds. The injuries caused by traffic accidents are estimated to be the eighth main cause of global death, and it can be assumed that by 2030, it will become seventh main cause according to the current trends (Road Traffic Deaths). Traffic accidents are not causing only death, but also huge economic problems. They cause great economic losses to individuals, to their families, and to their nations.