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World Hunger

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Transcript of World Hunger

In relation to the theme of suffering
World Hunger
What is World Hunger?
World Hunger is the want or scarcity of food around the globe.
What causes Hunger?
War and Conflict
How does Hunger cause suffering?
Citation
Every 3.6 seconds someone dies from hunger.
Approximately 925 million people are currently suffering from hunger.
About 15 million people die from hunger every year.
About 25 thousand people die from hunger every day.
About 1 thousand people die from hunger every hour.
In many cases, a family whose life has been interrupted by war will see a drop in income and access to arable land. War and conflict drastically impact food supply and security.
Weather and Climate Change
Natural disasters leave dramatic impact on the production of good land. In many developing countries, farmers depend on one small plot of land. If this land is destroyed by natural disaster, their source of food and livelihood is washed away with it.
Agriculture
In recent years, farmers have seen an increase in deforestation, desertification, soil erosion, and drought. Combined with overgrazing, over-cropping, and deforestation, the impact of poor agricultural practices can destroy good land.
Population Growth
As the populations of countries rise, so too does the demand for food. Population growth has hit developing countries especially hard. Compounded with rising food prices, it’s becoming increasingly more difficult to match food production rates with population growth rates.
Poverty
In most cases, poverty and hunger go hand-in-hand. As a family sinks into poverty, they are forced to stretch their small income. As more money is spent on food, less money is available to spend on health care, savings, and education.
Stoltz, Elizabeth, 5 causes of Hugner, Oct. 21st 2012,
< http://gccblogs.concernusa.org/2011/10/21/top-5-causes-of-hunger>
Hunger harms people both physically mentally,
and emotionally. Over time, hunger slows physical and mental development in children
and leaves them more vulnerable to illness and disease. The more malnourished someone is,
the more likely that person will have severer problems. Undernourished adults lose weight,
are progressively weakened, and become
apathetic, less creative and imaginative, and
more irritable. Hunger causes mental suffering because you do not receive proper nutrition for
the brain to function properly which can effect
your mental health through worries, fear of
feeding your family or children, and the constant stress.
Mary L. Gavin, MD, Malnutrition, May 2012 <http://kidshealth.org/teen/food_fitness/nutrition/hunger.html#>
Michael, Lisa, How does Hunger affect children, Jun 14, 2011 <http://www.livestrong.com/article/242730-how-does-hunger-affect-children>
World Hunger, World Food Programme © 2013, <http://www.wfp.org/hunger/what-is>
Over 60% of malnourished people are in fact women. Over 30% of children in second and third world countries are malnourished.There are 925 million undernourished people in the world today. That means one in eight people do not get enough food to be healthy and lead an active life. Hunger and malnutrition are in fact the number one risk to the
health worldwide — greater than AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis combined
Connection to Boot Camp &
The Book Thief
First Paragraph - Physical suffering.
Boot Camp
~Garret physically suffers while getting beaten constantly.
The Book Thief
~Hans physically suffers when he breaks his leg
~Max physically suffers from the cold climate in the basement.


Second Paragraph - Mental suffering.
Boot Camp
~Garret experiences mental suffering when he is confined to TI. Ti is short form for Temporary Isolation. Forced to lie there, and think about his life and mistakes.
The Book Thief
~Max struggles with mental suffering because of the enormous amount of guilt that he feels for staying at the Hubermann household.

Third Paragraph - Emotional suffering.
Boot Camp
~Garret suffers from emotional suffering because only his paretns know that he is at Lake Harmony. He is constantly worried what his girlfriend is thinking.
The Book Thief
~Hans Hubermann also struggles with his emotions. When a parade of Jews is brought through the town, Hans gives a piece of bread to an old man. He and the old man are whipped and the family lives in fear of the Gestapo searching their house and discovering Max. When Max leaves and doesn't return, Hans cant help but blame himself.
World Hunger Statistics, <http://www.statisticbrain.com/world-hunger-statistics/>
World Hunger, January 2013, <http://www.poverty.com>
(Hunger and World Poverty.com)
(5 causes of Hunger)
One in Eight people go to bed
HUNGRY
EVERY NIGHT
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