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Child Poverty in Developing and Third World Countries

This is my engish presentation on world issues. Just Child Poverty was to big of a topic so I changed it to specify it. Some might not make sense because I was just putting the ques for my presentation.Enjoy!.
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Josianne Garriock

on 25 October 2011

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Transcript of Child Poverty in Developing and Third World Countries

Did you know that half of the world's population lives with an income of or less than 2$ a day? And that Over 650 million children live in poverty and the numbers are on the rise? Every 3.6 seconds someone dies of hunger- 75 % of these are children. The definition of child poverty is : a significant lack of basic needs required for a healthy physical, mental, emotional and/or spiritual development.(Free the Children) 14 million children under the age of 5 will die this year. More than 120 million children
around the world are denied the
basic right to education. Poverty and hunger is a never ending
cycle unless an attempt is made to stop it. Clean Water
Child Poverty
in Developing
and Third
World
Countries The lack of clean, nearby water in poor or developing countries is a significant problem and can be a definite barrier for education. -Typhoid fever
-Cholera
-Hepatitis A
-and other parasites infest the water that may leave the child and family sick for days if not dead. Health Care Education Education is the key to ending poverty High Debts and lack of resources prevent many parts of the world from providing suficent health care. HIV and
AIDS Healthcare needs to become a major priority in order to preserve and improve the lives of the people in these areas.
If people in these areas where given education training them to
be docters and nurses they would be able to set up practices and
help fix the problem of lack of health care. Education is the key to ending poverty. All of these issues tie together to create a serious world crisis. Child
Poverty If schools are set up and managed for free then many more children would be able to go to school
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