Overall, India and Bangladesh face many economic, social, health, and environmental challenges due to overpopulation. India’s population has been growing at a tremendous pace over the past decades. The population has been growing due to immigration and high birth rates. As a result, India’s economy has been growing significantly over the past
Most of the developing countries suffer from poverty and the less of access to their basic needs. Poverty is a condition when the people’s basic needs as food, clothing, education, shelter and health care aren’t met. Most of the developing countries are affected by this phenomenon, over three billion of people live on less than 2.50 dollars
Research Question: To what extent, the people get affected by poverty? Poverty & Inequality Introduction Poverty is a state or condition in which a person or community lacks the financial resources and essentials to enjoy a minimum standard of life and well-being that 's considered acceptable in society. More 1.3 billion people are affected by poverty, this means the half of the world is affected by poverty. According to UNICEF, 22,000 die every day due to poverty. Poverty is like a disease which kills many people.
Households or individuals whose income falls below the poverty line are said to live in poverty. Yet, using only a single criterion of poverty can be problematic because such definitions have failed to take into account the variations in human needs: within and between societies. For example: It is more expensive to live in some areas of a country than others, as the cost of basic necessities will differ from region to region. This can be further explained with the help of another example: Individuals who are engaged in physical labor outdoors are likely to have greater nutritional needs than, office workers who spend their days sitting inside buildings. A single gauge of poverty tends to mean that some individuals are assessed as being above the poverty line, when in fact; their income doesn’t even meet their basic survival
Poverty is a big problem in Bosnia and Herzegovina and in the world. In the world, it is estimated that 1,4 billion people live at poverty line of $1,25 or below, (Global Issues, 2014). Besides the poverty, a lot of other issues are present, such as lack of clean water, famine and diseases. Some 1.1 billion people in developing countries have inadequate access to water, and 2.6 billion lack basic sanitation, (Global Issues, 2014). The most of the poverty is present in Africa and in the countries of the Third World.
Environmental issues are also causing a poverty, such as a lowland quality or unpredicted natural disasters. These three problems are believed to be main poverty triggers. Poverty cannot be eliminated immediately due to many various obstacles. Even if World Bank and the government will assist as hard as they can, all they can do is to minimize poverty rate. A project like “ Qinba” is too ambitious and complex, calling for exceptional leadership that cannot always be made available on a sustained basis.
Poverty can be defined as the lack of means necessary to meet a person’s basic needs such as food, clothing and shelter. Poverty is a worldwide problem that affects people emotionally and often result in the death of thousands of people annually. Some may say that poverty can be caused because one’s poor choices but little did they know, it is simply because of the social and economic effects that society plays on them. Social and economic effects such as discrimination, financial constraints and the lack of opportunities available to those in poverty are just some of the common setbacks that people who undergo poverty deal with on a daily basis. The first factor that leads to the condition of poverty is discrimination.
In the other words, a fall down number of mangrove due to poverty will lead to higher chance of disaster in a country. Causes and Consequences: As published by Poverties.Org, several issues like hunger, illness and thirst are both causes and effects of poverty. The consequences of poverty cycle to people includes no school or education, child labor to help the parents, lack of basic hygiene, transmission of diseases, unemployment, poor housing & living conditions. In the end, poverty is a major cause of social tensions and threatens to divide a nation because of the issue of inequalities, in particular income inequality. In Indonesia among the many causes of poverty includes corruption, a centralized government, the lack of education access, and overpopulation according to sampoernafoundation.org.
Introduction Poverty is the state where an individual or community lacks financial and essential resources to have a standard life. It is not just about the lack of money only, but it is the lack of opportunities and the lack of access to essential resources. In other words, it is the lack of hope. In 1990 the percentages of poverty worldwide was 43%. These numbers have been dramatically changing throughout the years.
In fact many of the poor people are deprived of basic needs like food, shelter and cloths. High inflation rate not only reduces the purchasing power of people but reduces their living standard and their savings are decreased hence they remain poor. Moreover the health and education of their children is affected as with their wages they can only purchase basic needs. In short inflation combined with being poor is