This group of people are being discriminated and humiliated in their country causing them to be forced to leave their society. They are not being treated equally as others. This shows that the society treat different groups of people differently causing problems to arise. It also shows that the society does not have inclusiveness. There is no way that we can have an inclusive society with people having to be excluded from the society due to their
Leaving in denial of their mental illnesses makes it difficult for caregivers to provide them with the necessary care. Others, refuse treatment since their culture do not allows it and that may affect the effectiveness of the culturally competent caregivers. Language barrier is also an issue since some of the refugees cannot express themselves in English. That brings a challenge to the healthcare providers since they cannot understand what the refugees are saying. Some of the refugee women have negative attitude towards the healthcare being provided.
The reason being is that the environment around them was filled with gangs, shootings, violence causing numerous of individuals do not feel safe, vulnerability and the majority of those around them were also living in poverty. These factors are the ones contributing or preventing them from actually moving forward in trying to change as the grandmother stated that when they have friends or family over they ask her, “Why do you live like this” Why do you stay here?” to which she replies “I got no other choice. You are not there because you want to be
Veterans have to deal with a lot of things when they get to come back to the United States. Many of them are not able to get a job, because life here and life there is very different. Also many veterans suffer from a condition called PTSD which makes it even harder to transition back into civilian life.“We have veterans who are homeless. People who fought for our country and our freedom should not have to face homelessness,” (Giddens). One of the worst things for your body to endure is homelessness.
Non-knowledge increasing risk People living in poor countries often deal with poor education affecting their knowledge, which makes them vulnerable. Several health organizations, such as the Red Cross and Médecins Sans Frontières, have been experiencing threats from local people who believe that they are the ones who brought the disease. These locals are actually driving away the ones that offer help. Even though it is understandable, because they see people entering a health care facility, and coming out of it dead, this local distrust is an example of how people’s lack of knowledge can have an impact on their risk and vulnerability. Another example, in which non-knowledge is affecting the risk of getting infected with the Ebola virus, are the burial practices in the affected countries.
In a case study called “Vulnerable Populations” Dr. Richard Zoraster (2010) mentions “Hurricane Katrina demonstrated many of the risk within the United States. These factors include poverty, home ownership, poor English, ethnic minorities, immigrant status and high density housing”. Social vulnerable populations are at risk during a disaster because of their socio-economic standing. Lack of money and transportation hindered their attempts to evacuate. Furthermore, a large number of residents did not trust the local authorities and refused to evacuate.
Wars, struggle and oppression have constrained more refugees than at any other time since records began to escape their country to seek refuge and safety , according to a new report from the UN refugee agency (News Stories, 18 June 2015).Refugees are people who are outside of their country of citizenship. These people were affected by so much tragedy, they cannot depend on their country for aid or assurance. They are simply being pushed around by militants and war fighters who force them to move from place to place. What is worst, it is that these people are not responsible for all that is happening. Refugees’ lives are at stake and they are simply forced to leave their homes just to survive as long as they can.
The first, the country suffered from lack of food. The reason for his wasn 't because Queen Elizabeth didn 't know how to rule a country, however the country has experienced many invasions from other countries. Many things were destroyed, people were killed, and things were stolen. Moving on, the Spanish Armada. Some citizens to this day still believe that the Spanish Armada was caused by the ignorance of Queen Elizabeth and Spain decided to attack.
The need for additional food sources like milk, fruits, nutritionally supplements will not be able to supply. The demand for the treatment or vaccination will also be severely affected, poor parents cannot take care for their children in a comprehensive manner. Or even when the child is sick, parent cannot take care them
Katchi abadis have consolidated themselves mainly because of the government’s inability to respond to the housing needs of low-income groups. Over time and through various experiments with housing schemes, it has become evident that both the state and the formal housing development sector are ill suited to provide affordable housing to the