These Arab merchants played a role in introducing Islam. Niger is 98 percent; its Muslim population is 16.06 out of 16.9 it was spread by Arabs who thought them the religion. Somalia is an Islamic state where its Muslims population is 100
Languages As a heritage of Cameroon’s colonial past as the colony for the France and United Kingdom from 1916 to 1960, the official languages are French and English. There are approximately 250 languages that can be found in Cameroon which include the Ewondo and Bulu, Duala, Bamileke languages and Fulfulde. 8 of 10 regions that can be found in Cameroon are primarily francophone which it represents 83% of the country’s population and 2 regions in Cameroon is Anglophone which it represents 17%. Francophone is defined as belonging to a population using French as its first or sometimes second language. Anglophone is defined as when people who can speak in English especially in a country with two or more languages are spoken.
Helping the community find resources and providing necessary information about a different health condition, actions to take to improve their condition/ problem and decrease adverse effects, and outcomes that can be achieved from following those steps will increase their understanding and help them to take actions towards their health creating a better community. Explain how the community’s current environment (physical or social or both) affects an individual’s health. The current environment of this community has a tremendous and positive impact on the individual’s health. Many individuals in this community testified that the Clare housing had helped them in securing a place to live and provide them with food. These are essential needs that must be met before any intervention or meaningful interaction can happen.
Nigeria, like every other sub-Saharan country is rich in natural resources, increasing economic growth (the country has earned over US$300 billion from crude oil alone) and a sporadically exploding population (Majorly able-bodied youth). Ironically, Nigeria’s basic social indicators now place her as one of the 25 poorest countries in the world (Akanbi and Du Toit, 2009). The Nigerian Living Standard Survey (2004) report noted that poverty dropped from 65.6 percent in 1996 to 57.8percent in 2004 while non-poor increased from 34.4 percent in 1996 to 42.2 percent in 2004 (NBS, 2005). Therefore, it is important to understand that the monetary definition of poverty has not really auger well in the fight against poverty particularly in this part
The medical intervention on how change the health outcomes could also be developed from health information gathered. Health information can be seen as the memory system of a community, and as instrument that is important for a quality health care. It is the intersection
Source: (Maldives Health Master Plan 2016-2025, 2014) 6. Methods of addressing global health issues Global health issues can be addressed by adopting approaches such as empowering individuals and communities to take action for their health, promoting leadership for public health, and building healthy public policies in sectors as well as create a sustainable health system (Sanjiv Kumar, 2012). Some of the methods used in national and international level to overcome the issues are by promoting awareness to the public about current health issues using multimedia. Government should develop policies that ensure equity and equality and every individual should
A healthy population is crucial to Trinidad and Tobago’s goal of becoming an international engine of global growth. The objective therefore is to create “a Life of Dignity for All” with respect to health by 2030 by offering special attention to the most vulnerable of Trinidad and Tobago. In recognition of this, Trinidad and Tobago has sought to build a progressive health sector over time, through the implementation of proper policies and systems for its management. The benefits of a well-structured and efficient health care delivery system are wide ranging since it impacts on people’s productivity, general wellbeing and their ability to access education and employment among other
This is because it ensures equality in the environmental context which in turn leads to sustainable development. It also makes the economy of the country healthier, thus creating more jobs, business opportunities, etc. when the country is economically stable then it can also take care of the welfare of its people and also help in providing them proper education and sanitation facilities for the present as well as the future generations. INTEGRATED DISSICION MAKING This element recognizes the need to make decisions while take both the environment and the economic conditions into consideration. While doing so we may find that a lot of them are conflicting with one another but they should be dealt with open mindedness and a solution should be found for this.