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    short-term support as people recover from the floods. However, they cannot provide long-term support. In addition, it is vital that people are able to receive immediate health service access. Also, shelter can temporarily protect the belongings of people, however, repair efforts must make haste as political tensions can ruin the relief efforts. o Setting up water filtration systems and healthcare: Water filtration is needed as humans can only survive for around “3 hours in a harsh environment without clean drinking water and around 3 days even with shelter provided.” (Binns) In addition, the overall health of the displaced civilians must be taken care of by providing enough health clinics for a temporary housing area in order to support the large displaced population. They must provide basic healthcare, family planning, infant delivery specialists in case of pregnant displaced persons, treatments for malaria, diarrhea, cholera,…

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    in a displaced person that takes place because of time spent in an dissimilar culture. Berry, Poortinga, Segall, and Dasen (2002) mention that there are distinctions between psychosomatic and socio-cultural assimilation. At the personal stage, adaptation happens in a student 's identity, principles, and viewpoints. They often experience stress from seeking to fit into a new group of peers who speak dissimilar languages. Trying to adapt to a new culture, language and customs is a breeding ground…

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    conservatives that lean farther right than most draw conclusions that make it seem the scenario is not only likely, but inevitable. Wanting a historical definition, I asked my grandfather. He was born in 1933 in a rural village outside of Krakow, Poland. His early years featured milking his cow, tending root vegetables, and hiding from the Nazis one week and Russian armies the next. Much like the Syrian refugees of today, his family wanted to escape the warfare and persecution they were facing…

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    Stranger Danger “The Displaced Person” by Flannery O’Connor, was published as a story in the Sewanee review in October 1954. The setting takes places after World War 2, where some refugees from the concentration camp are resettling to a farm. The literary techniques that O’Connor uses are symbolism, imagery, and irony. She uses these techniques to state her purpose about how people should not be judged for the way they are. Flannery O’Connor describes to her audience an interesting and well…

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    It is commonly thought that a refugee is defined as a person forced to flee from their own habitat due to armed conflicts or severe natural disaster. Refugee aid is the humanitarian response to such disasters that have caused the lack of fresh drinking water, hygiene, accommodations, safety and the growth of illnesses that can place lives in mortal danger. Principally, humanitarian support in such chaotic conditions centers on preventing death, giving assistance and safety measures for those…

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    both in Canada and throughout several other countries. Almost since time began, humankind has had difficulties when the condition in their area has altered for the worse, and they have had to make difficult decisions about where they should go next, and the dilemma has never been a more glaring issue than in today's society. It is a dispute with two distinctly diverse sides. On one hand, the refugees, tormented, destitute and living in distress day and night. On the other hand, ordinary…

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    First steps in New Zealand When refugees and asylum seekers arrive in New Zealand they spend the first six weeks adjusting to life in the Mangere Refugee Resettlement Centre. The centre, where currently 165 refugees are staying, consists of four different agencies: Immigration, Medical, Counselling, and Education. Maria Lawyer, who has spent 28 years researching and being involved in refugee education, is a manager at the Centre for Refugee Education. Ms Lawyer always felt strongly about…

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    Screening alone can take from 18 months to two years (Daniels). p“They’re [then] checked against at least three departments of government databases…” (Ahmed and Petrohilos). Displaced people are not just being let into the country. They are subject to a profound screening process before being granted refugee status to live in the United States (Ahmed and Petrohilos). The UN High Commissioner for Refugees refers candidates to the government after a background check. Then, the Department of…

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    situation has been hard, as they barely have enough necessities to survive every day. Cuts to their water supply has left Huda’s family to resort to carrying heavy jugs of water back to their apartment. “I fear the sounds of continuous bombing,’ she says. ‘I also worry about lack of water and electricity, especially now we are getting close to winter.” (Monica Awad) Instead of the carefree childhood she deserves, Huda spends hers questioning her survival and living every day in fear. For the…

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    drug cartel violence in Mexico (Skoloff, 2013). Immigration experts say the concerns are overstated. Reports show that 91% of asylum requests from Mexicans are denied. The current Border Crisis needs to be handled immediately because the longer it goes on the more vulnerable the United States is to an attack. This is because more and more border agents and troops are being deployed to protect the Southwest U.S border with Mexico. Some officials believe that this causes other ports to suffer…

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