From this article, i realised that majority of the poor people come from Asia mainly due to the pressure of excessive population growth on scarce resources and inadequate governments allowing strongly negative caste discrimination. They do not have good education system, healthcare as well as clean water. I think that the government of each countries should at least do something to it. Also, we should also play a part.
When I see this article, I realised that the people in the photos are begging for money. They are all wearing a jacket which tells us that they are all very cold. I feel very bad after reading this article. To me, I always thought that being poor will only lead to poor physical health. Only after I read this article, i realised that being poor will affect the mental health as well. They would get too stressed up and do things that are not acceptable to people. I think it is way beyond their control. Maybe even they themselves have no idea what they are doing. All they think of is to get money and be able to feed themselves as well as their familes. I wonder how will they react when people sympathise with them. Will they get greedy and want for more? Or will they be thankful?
From this Article, I realised how blessed we are to be able to have clean and safe water every time we turn our taps on. Unlike people in Africa, they have to spent most of their times looking for water that may not be clean. Although clean water may sound very normal and easy to us, but I realised that not having clean water is one of the factor that causes Poverty and it is a very serious problem. I think that we should learn to cherish water more and not waste it. I wonder how the people feel whenever they get to have clean water. To us, it may be something normal but maybe to them, it will be something special and something that will make them happ and satisfied.
Federal education policy seems blind to the relationship between poverty and student performance.
An interesting op-ed that focuses on the educational performance in the United States and poverty. The authors feel that class is an obvious factor in educational performance, but that educational policies do not reflect the geographic factors that lead to uneven results.
From this article, I can see that children that are poorer actually get a lower results as compared to those that are well fed. I think it is because they do not have a good environment to study in, do not have well-educated parents to guide them along and most importantly, they are not well-fed and they do not have enough vitamins to help them think or concentrate better. I wonder why they put 'rich' and 'poor' kids together? Putting them together will only result in the richer kids looking down on the poorer kids.
Why do so many people in poor countries eat so badly—and what can be done about it?... Even where there is enough food, people do not seem healthier. On top of 1 billion without enough calories, another 1 billion are malnourished in the sense that they lack micro-nutrients (this is often called “hidden hunger”). And a further 1 billion are malnourished in the sense that they eat too much and are obese. It is a damning record: out of the world population of 7 billion, 3 billion eat too little, too unhealthily, or too much. Malnutrition is attracting attention now because the damage it does has only recently begun to sink in. The misery of lacking calories—bloated bellies, wasted limbs, the lethargy of famine—is easy to spot. So are the disastrous effects of obesity. By contrast, the ravages of inadequate nutrition are veiled, but no less dreadful.
When I read this article, I realised the importance of food. People that live in the developed countries often think that food is just somthing normal, somthing you will do everyday. But in countries that are not developed, they face the lack of food. Even if there is enough food, it doesn't mean that it is nutritious. Most of the people that live in the poorer country often suffer from malnutrition. They will stuff themselves with bananas as it would make them full.
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