They cannot support their families. In turn, their families have to pay for their burials if they die. And if they do not, many of these people will suffer from chronic illnesses, which will generate an economic burden for their families until they die. In 2012, there were around 627 thousand Malaria related deaths, and an estimated 207 million Malaria cases. Pregnant women, whose immunity has declined due to pregnancy, and young children, who are too young to have developed immunity, are at the most risk, as statistics have shown (“Impact of Malaria”).
Most homelessness is based from a lack of education, substance abuse, and/or unemployment. Education is life in the modern world and without that you are basically useless. There is a major substance abuse epidemic happening around the world right now and it is causing lots of people to become homeless. Along with substance abuse, people also find themselves homeless because of the recent raise in unemployment rates. Without jobs you cannot afford to live the life you want.
I’m Dean Tyler-Battaglia and today I will discuss why homelessness is such a massive problem, due to education and employment limits, difficulties regarding shelters, and why homelessness isn’t a choice. To rebuild a life, the first step is to find money. That task becomes very difficult if no one accepts them for a job. Masses of displaced people are barred by barriers stopping them from getting a job. These barriers include not having quality education, limited job experience, or experience in a job not needed in a wealthy country, no access to and lack of money to provide transportation.
The prevalence and description of death and deathbed scenes and its importance as a plot device is omnipresent to nineteenth-century literature. Death was everywhere and mortality rates high, especially in children, not all parents expected their children to survive their early years (Realisms, 2001, p..10). Nineteenth century England was in the midst of social and economic development and people were migrating from farms to cities. This new urbanisation brought with it poor living conditions, overcrowding, poor sanitation, untreated sewage infiltrating the water supply resulting in the spread of disease and death. Life for the poor deteriorated as the infrastructure simply could not cope with the infiltration of this new demographic migration
The estimated number of refugees leaving their own country since World War II is one hundred million ("Refugee”). A refugee is a person who has left their country because of fear of their safety due to violence, race, religion, or war. Supporting and solving today’s refugee crisis is especially controversial because of the current events, financing, and security issues. ("Refugee Facts”). Climate change and natural disasters sometimes cause people to leave their homes or countries.
Numerous sides have sprung up, with most countries in Eastern Europe refusing Syrian refugees on the basis of security policies, while some countries in Western Europe such as Germany expressed support for refugees seeking refuge from the terror and chaos in Syria. To many, the refugee crisis has no clear end for the war in Syria itself its getting more complicated. Syrian refugees come to Europe with a lot of reasons, to have a better life, better security and to escape the fear and terror in war zones. One cannot imagine everyday life in Homs, Allepo or in any other place in Syria as its residents are being bombarded
European debt crisis has become a distinctive yellow alert, which cause many multinational enterprises faced challenges when running business. As affected by the crisis, companies slowed the recruitment, investment and expansion for business, economic activity decreased even more. For large multinational companies, the plight of the European market has resulted in the loss to them. Since the debt crisis started from 2009, many multinational companies in Europe, the United States or Japan were affected directly with some action such as retrench staff or restructuring. Even some of the company’s business still maintain a good momentum of development, but in accordance with foreign headquarters need to adjust the overall deployment, there are still many enterprises were shut down individual business, and related businesses to sell or exit from the market (The impact of the financial crisis on the Euro Area, 2008).
Betts (2013) stated, the threat that environmental change, lack of food, and general mayhem force large numbers of people to flee countries that are unable or unwilling to ensure their human rights, as well as the situation in the states failed and fragile which makes possible the lack of human rights, so people make decision to move to another better place. Moreover, according to the political debate, migrants may fleeing from their countries because of the some reasons. For example, they may be choose to leave his or her homeland or countries to earn more money, to be with family members who also migrated, to settle down with their
Every year natural calamities, disasters, storms, earthquakes, hurricanes, floods, terrorism, extreme heat and climatic changes put people in psychological stress. Suddenly when people face disasters like earth quakes, they undergo trauma and lose faith in life. They become anxious and nervous with sudden changes in the environment. For example Katrina had made thousands of US citizens’ homeless and properties of many people got damages. When a natural disaster or conflict destroys cities, homes and markets, or when hunger and disease threaten to spread, people caught in the middle are simply looking to survive (USAID).
But the most dangerous disaster of all are the wild fires, which kill about 339,000 people per year. People that have survived these catastrophes need to move to other countries; leave their families, houses, everything they love, to be able to survive. On the other hand, people who are not informed when a natural disaster is happening or will