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Child Hunger In Ethiopia

Capstone project.

Mike Copenhaver

on 24 May 2011

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Description of Issue Ethiopia is one of the poorest countries in Africa, and poverty leads to starvation. The starvation in Ethiopia is
so severe, that 166 out of 1000
kids die each year from
starvation. Starvation has a
very slow death. ...but we can change lives History of the problem Ethiopia became independent in 1974,
and was previously named Abyssinia. Since the 1900's Ethiopia
has been a country in
starvation. Starvation usually has to do with a whole country. The government doesn't
do any thing to help it's
starving people. The climate limits the amount of crops can be grown, and live stock that can be raised. *Protesting againt government *Sending food to orphanges. *Sending aid to Ethiopia. Start a silicone wrist band sale.
All proceeds would go to
thehungerproject.org to buy
food to Ethiopia. Where is Ethiopia? Where is Ethiopia? House in Ethiopia Ethiopia is a 3rd world country. Thank you for watching! So come on! Why can't we make a difference? The starvation in Ethiopia needs to be stopped because, children are the future, it's heavily populated with poverty, and it has a slow and painful death. By: Cara Copenhaver, Dana Noble, and Erin Pratt. By: Cara Copenhaver, Dana Noble, and Erin Pratt. T., Jhonathin. "Ethiopia Facts I." www.ethiopiantour.com. Highway Tours, 2006-2011. Web. 25 Apr 2011. <http://ethiopiantour.com/>.
author, unknown. "What To Do?." www.compassion.com. compassion, 2006-2011. Web. 25 Apr 2011. <http://www.compassion.com/about/where/ethiopia.htm>.
Author, Unknown. "Background Note: Ethiopia." www.state.gov. N.p., 2006-2011. Web. 26 Apr 2011. <http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/2859.htm>.
J., Kathy. "How to Donate?." www.Ethiopianfoodappeal.org. Ethiopian Food Appeal, 2006-2011. Web. 26 Apr 2011. <http://www.ethiopianfoodappeal.org/cms/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=15&Itemid=31>.
Author, Unknown. "What We Do." www.thp.org. The Hunger Projecy, 2005-2011. Web. 27 Apr 2011. <http://www.thp.org/get_involved/attend_or_host_an_event/host>.
Author, Unknown. "Raising Funds." www.ahckids.org. Getting Kids Involved , 2005-2011. Web. 27 Apr 2011. <http://www.ahckids.org/AHCFfundraising.htm>.
http://www.couponcodes4u.com/discountsdeals/24+hour++wristbands Sources In conclusion, we could have a soulution by
selling wristbands, and donating the proceeds
to thehungerproject.org. We could raise a TON
of money. Unfortunately, none have had a significant effect. As A. Osman once said, "One dollar is worth a million." It's home to 80 million people, and nearly 85% are in starvation and hunger. Causes of the Issue Solutions already tried Solutions we can try Child Starvation in Ethiopia Conclusion
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