Football is supposed to be a sport that brings people of different walks of life together, and form strong bonds with each other. However even in football matches, racism still takes place. In Finland, black footbllers will be insulted by the supporters, asking them to go back to their own country. Those footballers say that they are used to it and it doesnt bother them. But no matter how hard they try to hide it, the feeling of being insulted will still burn in their hearts. THerefore, we should try to respect them more as a hman. It does not matter what skin colour they are or what religion you are from, they are all still humans.
South Asian nations are making the least progress in the Asia-Pacific region on meeting MDGs, an Asian Development Bank official says...
The UN's developmental goals are include reducing child and maternal mortality, halving poverty and hunger, providing universal primary education, gender equality and halting the spread of HIV/AIDS. In the Asia/Pacific region there are 17 countries that are not meeting the goals and all South Asian countries (except Sri Lanka) are labeled as 'off track.'
There are about 17 countries who are off-track the Millennium Development Goals. Out of the 17, all South Asian countries are included with the exception of Sri Lanka.
These countries are experiencing poverty and the lack of proper education.
I am worry for these 17 countries, as most of them are undevelop countries. I am afraid that as the world continues to move forward for the better, these undeveloped countries would get left behind in the process.
I am dissapointed by the fact that some countries' government are not taking the initiative to help the country to stop poverty, and end the misery of these countries.
But i am enlighted and encouraged by the fact that, some of the governments are taking up the initiative to stop poverty. I am also enlighted that these governements are trying their best to improve their education system for young minds too.
In my opinion, all government should take the initiative to clear this obsacle called 'poverty' and help improve their education system, to help educate this country's children.
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
United States has been a huge provider of food for the poor and the needy, since World War 2. For the past 60 years, the U.S. has invested an average of $2 billion annually in food aid and saved many millions of lives.
I felt both motivated and encouraged by how generous and kind the government of the United State is. The amount they donate annually is a huge sum of money that the people in poverty can use to free themselves from porverty.
I feel that United States is a perfect example on how we can all help to stop poverty. Every little donation no matter how big or small, plays a big part in stopping poverty. even a single cent could save a live.
In my opinion, more privilege countries should follow United States example and donate generously, to stop the speading of poverty. That way we can all move forward together.
Visiting vulnerable communities in India who are bearing the brunt of climate change, worsened by global carbon emissions, highlighted an alarming inequality to me that is leaving people in poverty around the world through no fault of their own.
The people who live in the wealthier 20 per cent of the world’s population is responsible for 80 per cent of the consumption of global resources, with the world currently using 50 per cent more natural resources than the earth can sustain. While, the poorer 20 per cent of the population lack resources.
The world is currently divided 2 groups, the 'rich' and the 'poor'. The 'rich' will get everything while the'poor' are left with none.
In my opinion, I think that the' rich' should stop using all the resoures of the world and share it with the 'poor'. this we can remove this 'divider' the divides the world into two.
As all men are equal, I feel that we should not divide ourself into anything and take 1 step forward into ending poverty for good.
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