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Health Exhibition 2013

Dom, Mitchell, Nikolas, Nikita, Emily, Ella
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on 11 October 2013

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Children in Africa don't have the right medication when they are sick or have diseases.
4 million children in Africa die every year from not getting medication for there needs.
Children worldwide encounter a range of challenges and opportunities.
People in developed countries can afford good medication and make it easily accessible for children to reach when they need it.
Malnutrition is a condition with people when they do not eat enough food to fill there tummy's up with the right nutrition. Malnutrition can effect anyone any age. Children are the main target though , because there tummy's are not used to that amount of food in there stomach. Malnutrition is also sometimes bad for old people because there body's are weak and they can not take the pressure.
Health
Nikita Khatri- Access to public and private hospitals
Emily Malnutrition
Dom Bensley-Access to medication
Access to public and private hospitals is something many children face around the world. Over 800 million children have no access to health care and there could be thousands not even recorded.
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Children worldwide encounter a range of challenges and opportunities
Central Idea:
Health
Public Hospitals
Private Hospitals
Access to medication continues to be a major problem in Africa.

These countries such as Somalia are spending money on weapons instead of much needed medication.
2.3 million children under the age of 15 are living with HIV/AIDS.
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Nikolas unclean water access
Access to clean water is very important and many children need it but don't have the luxury of having it today. This occurs in Saharan Africa. some people that live in a rural towns have many challenges to face in their lives. drinking Unhealthy water causes many diseases including Trypanosomiasis, malaria and intestinal worms.
MITCHELL-DISEASE
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facts:
Did you know Malaria is a disease that comes from mosquitoes. Intestinal worms are little parasites that come from dirt, they chew on the stomach to eat. Trypanosomiasis is a disease that comes from the Tsetse fly. The Tsetse fly looks red and is found in Africa around the Sahara and Kalahari.

Disease is a powerful organism that exists throughout the world. It can evolve and adapt to any climate and is on every continent on earth. The top 5 deadliest diseases in the world include: 1. Ischaemic heat disease, 2. Cerebrovascular disease, 3. Lower respiratory infections, 4. Chronic obstructory pulmonary disease, 5. Diarrhoeal diseases. Throughout the world there are people who are trying to help those in need and to help those who need to have disease eradicated.
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Nearly nine million children under five years
old die every year, many of them from conditions that could be treated with safe, effective medicines.

Children are not small adults, their bodies respond to medicines differently. They need medicines tailored to their age, body weight and physiological condition
Few medicines exist in formulations developed specifically for children.

Line of Inquiry 1:
Access to public and private challenges and opportunities of children locally and globally
Many children in developing countries don't have the privledge of having health care like many of us living in Australia.

In Africa malaria and pneaumonia are the biggest killers of children
10 million children under the age of 5 die each year due to the lack of hospitals in developing countries.
Rights and responsibilities of children worldwide
Line of Inquiry 2:
Every child has the right to good quality health care but sadly many children in developing countries don't even have the opportunity to go to a hospital in their entire lifetime.
Article 24:
Children have the right to good quality health care, clean water, nutritious food and a clean environment so that they will stay healthy. Richer countries should help poorer countries achieve this.
Every right to the convention is inherent to the human dignity and harmonious development of every child.
Line of Inquiry 3:
Access to equal opportunities
All children have the right to attend a public hospital as it is Government funded.
Children living more than 3 miles away in a developing country has a 74 percent chance of not getting a medical check up before they are 15.
"Services are failing because they are inaccessible and prohibitively expensive. but even when accessible, they are often dysfunctional, extremely low in technical quality and unresponsive to the needs of diverse clientele.", quote by a UNICEF volunteer.
Ella Hammond - Access to medication
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Did you know that over 2000 children die every day from disease related problems? Also did you know malaria is one of the deadliest diseases in the world.
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unhealthy water Nikolas Frauenfelder
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Emily
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