Agronutrition Essay

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The authors ' goal of this article is to educate the audience who has a little knowledge/information about the topic. The author gives brief explanations of the importance of trees in nature preservation and reduces the impact of climate change that currently affecting Ethiopia. He asserts that one way to effectively reduce the deforestation problem in Ethiopian is through Agroforestry the integration of trees. The author outline how planting trees can benefit to change the climate of the affected regions, increase soil fertility and prevent soil erosions. He states that in some part of Ethiopia, where agroforestry practice, it has made incredible progress on slowing down water evaporation and making the soil more fertile. This article is …show more content…
The author specifically focuses on the effect of inadequate nutrition on children growth. She states that because many children in developing country do not consume sufficient nutrition food of any kind, chronic malnutrition kept them from growing. She states that Malnutrition is the leading cause of illness in developing country among children. The book is relevance to my topic because the author explains the cause of starvations among children in developing countries and the negative effects on their growth. The strength that was notice in the book is that the author outlines the consequences of malnutrition on the children lives. The weakness that was observed in the book is that the author did not proposed any solution that will prevent malnutrition from happening. Berger Kathleen earned her M.A.T from Harvard university and earned her PH. D from Yeshiva university. Berger involved in education after her PH. D, as the president of community school board in district two in Manhattan. She published multiple books on nutrition and also she wrote a book for grade level students. Berger currently teaches human development at Bronx community college in New …show more content…
The article briefly explains how the climate change in southern Ethiopia affect the agriculture, and lead the country to faces increased levels of food insecurity. The author asserts that the food insecurity existed in southern Ethiopia because the areas did not receive adequate rainfall for viable agricultural production. He states that due to significant reduction of rainfall on October- December, it leads the country to extremely high food prices. I found this article to be very accurate and effective to the issues Ethiopia is dealing with, as the same time its relevant to my topic. the strength that was observed in the article is that the author expresses the solution to prevent the situation from happing. Within the article I did not observed any weakness, the author explains the problem and the solution to it. Dr. Chris Funk is a researcher at university of California in U.S Geography survey. His research focuses on hydro- climate and African climate condition. Dr. Chris has worked closely with USAID famine early warning system network. He published multiple article about climate condition in

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