The Impact of World Hunger on Poverty Essay

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1: The social problem I decided to do research upon was world hunger and its impact on poverty. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 were initially created by Obama to end the recession. When this policy was introduced it focused mainly on ensuring that Americas could economically bounce back from this recession, mainly the low-income families that were the most devastated by this. However, after this policy was successful it started to grow. It helped increase jobs, helped with healthcare; also it created a program to address the problem of world hunger. This program was called the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance program. Since the resources needed to provide for ideal agriculture conditions are diminishing, genetic …show more content…
Also, to help those in need to get food stamps easier. Also, after Obama looked at the situations which needed emergency attention, he looked at problems more wide spread. The ARRA policy he introduced created many programs that would ensure that America would not run out of clean and environmentally friendly resources. By using genetic engineering, this policy is fighting the world hunger situation, and coming up with a solution that does not leave America in a recession again. This policy mainly focuses on low-income families; Americans who do not have or cannot afford healthcare, and Americans as a whole when it comes down to providing sufficient resources to ensure the nation does not go hungry. Every American fits into the services that are enhanced by this policy, besides illegal immigrants. As Obama and this policy fight the short-term goal of ending poverty, it keeps its long-term goals on the same path. The long-term goal being to produce clean resources by perfecting genetic engineering. By achieving success on the short-term goals of ending poverty, it will give America a strong foundation to make the drastic change from agriculture to genetic engineering. This long-term goal is most looked upon by The Food Stamp program and the US Department of Agriculture. To ensure this policy is following the right path, the Federal Government as well as local governments to tweak changes if necessary oversees it. This

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