Services that combine access to modern energy for heating, cooking and electricity, with measures that generate cash, supplement incomes and improve health and education would be the most effective energy solutions in Asia and the Pacific,...
UN is combining energy access with anti-poverty projects in Asia. Services that combine access to modern energy for heating, cooking and electricity, with measures that generate cash, supplement incomes and improve health and education would be the most effective energy solutions in Asia and the Pacific, according to United Nations analysis released today. Energy services are often not affordable by the rural and urban poor and on their own have little impact. The poor need support to generate income so that energy becomes affordable, which in turn will improve household living standards.
Genomes of adults raised in poor or rich households have distinctive patterns of epigenetic change – perhaps a response to early adversity (RT @JoelCarnazzo: Childhood poverty leaves its mark on adult genetics - New Scientist -
Many of these poor people have incurable diseases that we do not know, just because they do not have proper medical treatment. Since childhood they do not eat and drink properly, therefore they do not have a habit to eat with hygiene. This is quite a big problem as they do not cultivate their eating habits since young and they are causing a lot illnesses and troubles when they get older. They do not have money to invite doctors to treat their illnesses, hence they continue to live on with their diseases.
These children from poor countries have no proper accessibility to water. Unfortunately this is only part of a problem. There are more than millions of people suffering because of lack of water. I pity these people because they could not get enough water and therefore they are not healthy enough to live like us. We are a lot fortunate than them as we have proper accessibility of electricity and water while they do not. Therefore, we should cherish our live.
Human beings living in the 21st Century will expect highly for everything. High requirements is needed when you find a job. Speaking about job, degrees and diplomas are needed. If you are poor and not hardworking, you can forget about finding good jobs. Only some of slightly poorer child from poor families are able to score well thanks to their hardwork. The scholarship were given to them so that they can continue their studies. When they dont have a good job, they will be poor. It is important that we try to break this cycle of poverty and find new ways to ensure that everyone has at least a basic level of education. Therefore when you do not study hard, think of the poor people, they want a chance to be in your shoes.
Water is known as the best medicine on earth, but food is a cure for hungriness. Without food, water is equally useless. Yet there are so many people wasting food. Expensive food and fast food are loved by people, but think of the poor people, they have no proper access to food too, they are eating leftovers from the rubbish bin. They also ate rotten food from the rubbish bin. We should learn not to waste food and think of the poors.
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