Because of this, victims are more likely to commit suicide. Poverty also puts insane amounts of stress on a family, and this tenseness can lead to things like child abuse and drug use, along with a higher chance of accidents. These people know how hard it is to escape poverty, so many of them do not even try, and just rely on alcohol and drugs to live in peace. The biggest effect of poverty, however, is lack of education. Approximately 70 million children worldwide cannot afford to attend school, because it means leaving their jobs and paying for school supplies and transportation.
This cycle is proven in not only developing countries, but in the U.S as well. If you were to look at a community with high dropout rates you’d see lower socioeconomics and high crime rates. Except in Africa the problem is magnified, one of every three children never attend school; therefore, there is widespread illiteracy, poverty and crime. Because of it’s the terrible education system it creates a population of unskilled and unqualified workers. Simple jobs like nurses or electricians can’t be filled because no one has knowledge of those subject, which causes poor health care and infrastructure in the country.
Likewise, health services being scarce means when a person becomes sick, that person would not receive the medical attention he or she requires. Lastly, governments become pressurized to provide millions of refugees with the necessities they require. Furthermore, women are sexually harassed while seeking
Gross domestic product is widely seen as, one of, if not, the single strongest, numerical quantification for calculating the strength of a nation’s economy. The reason I am focusing on economics, as it relates to North Korea, and Humans Rights, is I believe many of North Korea’s Human Rights violations derive directly from economic turmoil, and flat out, economic incompetence. Many of North Korea’s citizens live in abject poverty. The average income of a North Korean citizen is estimated to be amongst the lowest of any nation in the world today. This has caused many of North Korea’s citizens to become malnourished, and in some cases, even the victims of extreme famine.
Those who take medicine are dependant on it, and absence of the drug can be disastrous, as lack of water is terrible for the body. Prices of prescription drugs are very high, and continuing to climb. As a result, many people cannot afford to take the medicine they depend on. Prescription drug prices should be lowered; drug companies are unfairly hiking up the prices, many people cannot afford their medicine, and high prices have a negative impact on patient health. Similar to how findiing safe water is beoming harder, hiking up the prices of drugs and overcharging customers.
Some of the ways people get mistreated is things like misdiagnosis, unnecessary surgeries, premature discharge, not ordering the correct tests or not acting upon tests presented, not following up, wrong dosage or medication, leaving things inside the body after surgery, incorrect care in hospitals resulting in bedsores, persistent pain, or pressure ulcers (medicalnewstoday.com). Any of these or more can cause someone to want compensation, however some people don’t gain the money they deserve thanks to the fact that they either don’t have the money to go to court, wait too long, or don’t realize till it’s too late and the statute of limitations is up. Other times when they are brave enough making it to court they need a testimony from a medical personnel, however, they can’t find someone to testify (abpla.org). Usually most people don’t end up making it to court on the grounds that lawyers are expensive and the legal system can take a while, on the other hand, when a malpractice lawsuit is awarded there’s a great deal of money that the hospital’s insurance or the doctor’s insurance has to pay, the payment could be anywhere from hundreds to millions of
Reasons for trafficking include both supply and demand factors. Firstly, many researchers argue that poverty adds to the supply of humans available for trafficking. India is a developing country it is known that poverty is still widespread today. Being a poverty stricken country would mean that their living conditions remain unpleasant and undesirable, often leaving them with no power as citizens remain at the disposal of capitalist, especially in the global economy. Individuals in India who participate in criminal actvity are more often than not caught in the cycle of poverty as well, hence seeing the need to to find alternatives for survival.
One of the reasons is death, the amounts of untrained doctors are increasing constantly all over the country because of that the risk of death and improper results are increasing greatly. For example, a person with low-income who is attracting to the vision of beauty on the magazines or television would definitely go to one of these fake surgeons because these doctors promise good results at half price. In addition to that, any doctor these days can perform procedures such as liposuction even a dentist would do it. Many fatalities of cosmetic surgeries have been as a result of doctors who don’t have a licensed and they are performing highly technical surgeries. Another reason is unsanitary conditions, most the doctors who are performing these surgeries don’t have a proper place and they don’t have clean materials such as office-based procedures.
Many socioeconomic conditions increase the vulnerability of people to risks such as poor health. The conditions include the inadequacy of housing, lack of access to education, violence in the community, and exposure to deteriorated conditions (Ladd, 2012). However, according to Caminada and Martin (2012), none of these factors increases the vulnerability of the community and its people, as much as poverty. The impact of poverty includes that it affects every other aspect of community and social life, and its effects include poor health, disability, and increases in mortality levels (Burgard, 2012). The effects of poverty have been reported since the beginning of the 20th century, and they continue to be reported.
6.2 Unemployment According to Swanepoel (2016:7) unemployment is regarded as a source and effect of poverty in which people suffers from. It is a source because no job, no income. In addition, poor people cannot afford decent houses, nutritious food, medical aid and sending children to decent schools. Unemployment is the effect of poverty because weakness is caused by eating unhealthy food, poor housing and lack of access to education stop people from getting jobs. Unemployment is the effect of isolation.
And certainly everything self-important or malicious.” (Pg. 29). Aurelius used this so that the reader can understand that we have to exclude the irrelevant topics in our lives. Also, Aurelius wants the reader to see that there is more things to enjoy during our life period, and how we shouldn’t focus on the negative and be more on the positive
The most contagious disease was Leprosy , that disease stopped you from doing a lot of stuff so other people won 't get sick. Epidemics in the dark ages population increased Hygienic Condition got worst . Not many people Knew about medicine or anything that has to do with Medical. Also, they didn 't have a good Medical teaching system. They had many diseases and they were contagious.