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    SOS Children’s Villages Brief History SOS children’s villages were founded by Hermann Gmeiner in Tyrol, Australia in 1949.as a child welfare worker; he saw how children were orphaned as a result of World War 2 and their suffering. With the generous support of donors, child sponsors, partners, and friends, Gneimers vision of providing loving, family based care for children without parental care. Today, SOS villages associations are active in 134 countries around the world. In Kenya the SOS children’s villages was founded in 1973 in Nairobi 's Buru Buru estate. The second village was opened in nail Mombasa in 1978, the third village opened in Eldoret in 1988, the fourth village in Meru in 2005.the fifth village in Riat, Kisumu in 2012.the five…

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    SOS Children’s Village - USA is an example of a Nongovernmental Organization. The mission of the SOS Children’s Village is to provide abandoned, vulnerable, and orphaned kids a loving home. The organization can provide a safe environment for kids where they can continue to live their life with a stable and secure family, medical care, and education. (SOSUS, 2018) SOS Children’s Village, founded in 1949, helps families that are at risk of falling apart and kids with no families. With kids being…

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    Not only I need to research about these people lives, I also have to research and pay attention to the lives I am currently living. Daily life includes a lot of things, such as what food they eat, what transportation do they use, what do they learn at school, etc. Some of these information could be found online, and it could be found in documentary, and such. Other than this point, I also need to research about the reasons behind why these people are living in a circular cycle of poverty and…

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    Just after he entered the building, he saw the most horrifying in his life. All of the people in the building were already dead or on the verge of death. He had seen this before in movies but the people in the movies weren’t dying. This was for real. In Depth in what was happening, he totally forgot about Jacob and his arm. When he reached jacob, his arm had swelled up like a balloon. He dared not to touch it considering, that when most body parts swell up, the usually explode with puss. The…

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    Autobiographical paper. I was born on April 5th 1995, in a small village in Durango Mexico. I lived there for about 13 years, then we moved here to Chicago. I am 6 ft. ½ inches tall and I weight about 119 pounds. I have always been skinny, even my friends in Mexico used to call me “Flaquita” which means skinny in Spanish. But well, I don’t consider myself too skinny, actually I define myself as an average. As for my appearance I think I am pretty, I am often told that I am beautiful especially…

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    A majority of rural communities have limited access to services simply because the number of providers in rural communities is significantly less than that of urban communities. There is actually a shortage of healthcare workers in rural communities. The types of services that are available to rural dwellers within their communities are also limited. For instance small rural hospitals cannot afford to provide surgical services due to the number of staff needed and the cost of equipment needed so…

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    A true story happened in my secondary school. All students of my class were born in urban areas except one student from a small village. One day, one classmate lost her cell phone. Without any confirmatory evidence, most students and our teacher immediately suspected the rural student was the thief. The teachers even threatened him to admit his guilty. The lost cell phone was never found, and no one confessed this crime. After this event, almost all students including me sort of avoided staying…

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    Mike Davis Planet Of Slums: Final In this essay I am going to explain why Mike Davis places responsibility on the treason of state, international banks, and lending institutions for the horrific conditions in what he describes as the urban south. I will also explain why there is a vast migration from the rural villages to the megacities of the third world. As well as the ideas of thinkers like Hernando de Soto and what Davis sees as his mistaken ideas. Mike Davis offers a…

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    in this story would feel about the gender pay gap. Out of the characters in the story, Mr. Summers would have the most stringent opinion about the gender pay gap. Mr. Summers believes in equality for all citizens, and in turn would actively endorse equal pay for men and women. Mr. Summers is a very prominent character in the short story “The Lottery” written by Shirley Jackson. The story is set in a small village in Vermont based on a settlement Jackson lived in during her…

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    It gradually becomes clear that this is not an ordinary lottery and the author uses several situations to express this. As the men gather, they do not approach the pile of stones that the boys in the village have been gathering. It almost feels like no-one wants to be involved in the drawing process because when Mr. Summers arrives with his stool, the villagers keep a distance between themselves and the drawing box. There is also no-one who wishes to help hold the box still while Mr. Summers…

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