He also states that the government should allow the citizens to access their health care funds account to support his conclusion, that, people will be more responsible for their health if someone else isn 't paying for their health problems. However, Balko fails to to provide evidence for to support his claim. Even though the problem of obesity is important, the Shorthorn should not publish "What You Eat Is Your Business" because it poorly argued and not interesting. Radley Balko’s central claim is that the government should not interfere in public health and diet. According to him people have no incentive to maintain their health when public money funds health care.
This would also reduce the population density in the cities. They would be able to prosper in the village itself without having to think about migrating somewhere for their livelihood. Rural development in simple terms can be defined as the process of improving the quality of life and economy in the remote and rural parts of the country. These rural areas may be isolated and sparsely populated, but, in most cases, they offer a picturesque natural setting with a rich culture. These areas have generally been dependent on agriculture and natural resources for their economic upturn.
Affordable housing is a necessary demand in life for people who have low income. According to (Tran, 2015) view that, affordable housing is a worthy resource which has great potentialities in the economy and it has contributed enormously to change the appearance of the city as well as countryside. The target of affordable housing gives the support to the community. For example, affordable housing can give us benefit in all aspects such as it brings profit in business, improving the standard of living and an affordable housing can reduce some of the problems which related to the environment. As a result, the government should build more affordable housing for poor people.
In Kenya population growth has continued, where as GDP rates are falling. Industry and services are collapsing, and illiteracy, disease and malnutrition are still high. Life expectancy has fallen from 59 years at independence to just 46 in 2001. Gender inequity is also a problem in Kenya, and even when laws have been changed in favor of women, the practice still lags far behind. The reasons for this decline and inequality are complex and reach far beyond Kenya itself.
By gaining support of the government and the public, Indego Africa can create a better and a wider social impact. Also, for the model to be successfully scaled across the country, the governments help would be very much needed in terms of favorable policies and regulations. Finally, as 75% of the funding is through donations, Indego Africa should also engage its
Firstly, commercialization may bring a sustainable financial income to maintain their social work and organization management through businesses. They are able to get rid of the financial control from donors and become self -reliant. ‘Empowerment’ and ‘self-reliance’, the two notions that most of the past and current NGOs refer to, are more likely to be achieved through commercialization. Donors usually invest in NGOs and projects that will fulfill their requirement and receive what they expect in return (Speckbacher 2003: 275). On this occasion, NGOs may have to adjust their organization projects to meet donors’ requirement in order to get financial support.
Their advanced agricultural techniques, natural resources and the management of land and water enhanced their agriculture and brought abundant and dependable food supply for the growing population in the Maya empire. In addition to providing the food, agriculture also supplied the clothes and shelter for people. Reliable food production was so important that it enabled economic growth, helped them to enjoy a higher quality of life, and allowed the Maya culture to flourish. (Cartwright, 2015) Therefore, agriculture was not only a mean of living, it was also the backbone of the Maya society and it played a critical role in contributing to the growth of the Maya Empire. The next paragraph will explain the social structure of the Maya and how it helped the growth and maintain the power in Maya
Such organizations attain a successful change in underlying issues in the community through feedback and innovations towards solving the social problem. By constituting commercial, public issues, and ventures, social entrepreneurship greatly contributes towards Vision 2030. Components of Social Entrepreneurship Social entrepreneurship includes a combination of social and commerce issues used to enhance the lives of individuals connected to some community problems. Particularly, commercial matters are met to raise money that is used by the entrepreneurship to work towards eliminating the matter negatively affecting people. In fact, the sole focus of this business is to improve the world condition and not to make profits, unlike other forms of business existing nowadays (Phillips, Lee, Ghobadian, O’Regan, & James, 2015).
Introduction: “Sustainable agriculture is the efficient production of safe high quality agricultural products, in a way that protects and improves the natural environment the social and economic conditions of farmers their employees and local communities and safe guard the health and welfare of all farmed species“ There are three main principles of sustainable agriculture, the three principles are: 1. Economic sustainability 2. Environmental sustainability 3. Social sustainability With the human population continuing to rise, it is vital that the agricultural industry becomes more sustainable to meet the needs of the growing population. One of the impacts of this growing population is an increase in land usage for settlement purposes.
Poverty is defined as the lack of basic human needs; and Africa is known to be the poorest continent, in which Tanzania is one of the poorest countries in that continent. According to statistics Tanzania has 30 to 40 percent poverty, and one of main issues that cause this poverty is that the rich exploit the poor for personal gain, and the lack of education in the community. This problem has been there even before Tanzania transitioned from a colony to an independent country. Even though, Tanzania is improving in terms of reducing poverty it remains one of the world’s poorest country. Many people including the father of Tanzania “Julius Kambarage Nyerere” tried to solve the issue of poverty in Tanzania by implementing policies to help the economy, but they failed.
This Neolithic Revolution was needed for the progression of human life. Changing to an agrarian based lifestyle created a larger population, an increase in food production, and a stable living environment. Humans transitioned from a hunter-gatherer lifestyle to an agrarian based settlement around 1000-9000 B.C. A sufficient amount of water is all it takes to sustain the hunter-gatherer way of life (McGee, 1895, 351). Even though the hunter-gatherer lifestyle was healthier for them, the farming lifestyle was more beneficial to them in the long run.