After reading this article, I strongly agree that the government must take responsibility on food poverty. It is true that family, health and food are the reasons why poverty exist. Though some governments refuse to act to food poverty, there are still ways to go about solving food poverty. Still, the government should open supermarkets that offer cheap products, or maybe providing cheap medication and healthcare to both young and old. What is really frightening is what if the government of some countries refuse to provide basic needs to their citizens, and their population starts to fall? What can they do if that happens? In conclusion, the healthcare and finace of their people are equally important to managing the country's affairs such as collaborating with other countries to make a change.
After reading this article, I really feel that getting food is not easy. Even though the students get food during school periods, it is different for them during the holidays. It makes me wonder that if a school works with civic groups and churches, does it mean that the school isn't able to feed all the children. This article had me worrying that if one day students have no food, what would the future be like? Starving kids during breakfast, empty pockets or lunchboxes during lunch? Though help is offered to families in need, not all are blessed with money to get food. The problem here is that some are also not able to get fresh food, this can cause both young and old the same problem of having the lack of nutrients. This problems can be solved by food rationing, adding farms and markets and also government support.
This article really reflects on how I see low-income people, it tells us how people try to cut down expenditure by taking lesser food.Researchers found out that more low-income people are most likely to get hospitalised for hypoglycemia. We can see here that money is important, even if these people cut down on the food they take, the money they will spend on hospital bills will be much more crititcal than food costs. As suggested, this can be helped by paying out welfare, food stamps, and Social Security twice a month. There is a need to look out for these types of people. Having to suffer because of hunger is no laughing matter and that death can be an answer. Though money is a problem, food prices are increasing. As the economy woserns, the more trouble there is for low-income people. Ways to solve this is to increase the number of jobs, getting support from charity associations or even hosting food drives to help needy familes.
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