I think that child poverty in the UK is growing at an alarming rate. This is very new and what I really know in the UK but it is very bad. This new information that the UK has the worst child poverty rates is not very productive as it might bring about less educated people and not-skillful enough to take on jobs. The fact that the UK has half of the child povety rates in the Europe and the life expectancy of women in these countries is alarming. This still could be stopped. What I ask myself about this article is that, "How else could the Uk can improve on this problem?" and ,"Does the UK have what it takes to take on the rates of poverty?"
When it comes to providing hunger relief to needy people around the world, the United States has been a leader since World War II. And if early reports about the Obama administration’s 2014 budget are true, then the U.S. will have a golden opportunity to provide even more food to the hungry while spending less taxpayer dollars in the years ahead. GOING LOCAL AND REGIONAL
The recently impoverished people come from the effects of a natural disaster, however, the USA is kind enough to send support for these people in food and in other forms so that they can eat their meals and not be diseased and weak. Connecting to what I know, now, I learned of the USA giving support directly now, back then when they used to give support through indirect means. I have also learnt that the USA is the biggest food support giver to the victims of natural disasters and impoverished people around the world. Not to mention the fees of $2 billion to just provide food aid to the impoverished people. I'm thinking of, "How the taxpayers would feel about these, if thy are angry at this system or feel good that their taxes can help people around the world?" and ,"How much more money does the government have that simply $2 billion can be spent on helping the poverty-stricken people"
The winter season, is a miserable time for people who are poverty-stricken. What I do know is that with the coming of this season, it means that thousands, or maybe even millionsof children have to suffer the cold, harsh weather. Little did I know about 'heat or eat' which is absolutely disheartening for the people who are poverished. Upon reading that statement, I learned of how the poverished people have to make a life or death decision of either having their heater on or having their meal to keep them warm. But what boggles my mind is that the government haven't thought or even a way to house the children who are impoverished that will keep them alive for their health and also how many more ways these people can be helped in terms of monetary assistance or any other means to obtain money for their heating and food expenses.
The clear links between early child development and later adult outcomes do not bode well for children of the poorest families, who, as new research has shown, are much more likely to exhibit clinically relevant social and emotional problems than their wealthier peers, writes Yvonne Kelly.
I have seen and read about the poverty that rules the people , it is not discriminating at all, be it child or adult. But the children, from what I can see, they do not even go to school due to the poverty that they are forced to live with. After reading this article, I have seen that even in education, poverty still follows the children and bring them down in their studies. And I have ;earned that for the minds of the 3-year-olds to 5-year-olds, they need a conducive learning environment and such, or else they won't develop. From this article, I have 2 questions in mind. First being "How much endurance can these people take in their impoverished states?" and "Do people ,when educated, rise from poverty?"
From the article, I can say that mixed neighbourhoods can just save the schools that children go to despite poverty being present. What I do know from the past is that the people who are either have low-income or dark-coloured and living in a dark-coloured neighbourhood, will send their children to a school with a majority of them being dark-coloured as well as with the stereotype that we often see in movies that dark-coloured people are poor. However, this connects to what I know that middle-income families and low-income families can go to the same school despite their difference in their income that they get. But, with the help of the impoverished neighbourhood and their resilience to get their children education, they succeeded in making a making that gives quality education not only to middle-income families, bu to low-income families too. Although, there are still some questions that linger in my head after reading this article. Such as "How many more ways can we invite middle-income families to come and enroll their children into a school which is pre-dominantly occupied by African-American children?" and "How to help more of the people who are impoverished and not even able to even afford the school fees that the school has to offer? ".
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