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    1. This scenario is a rather unfortunate situation as North Korea could be in high danger. As a World Food Programme (WFP) actor. I have to do all it takes to aid this situation. The potential risks involved are North Korea are prepared to go on war with different countries just to defend their existing system. The North Korean news media (Korean Central News Agency) which is founded by Kim Jong Un has shut down its website and the countries television stream has stopped. This is very risky as we do not know what has happened. It could be propaganda tactics being used by the country as they have been known to do so or it could be in actual fact a reality. Another risk is that there has been information passing through North Korea’s border…

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    World Hunger In Society

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    World hunger is one serious issue in society. World hunger causes many deaths and hunger related illnesses every year. Hunger can have certain affects on different countries, families, and young children. Hunger is one problem that society does not have a solution for. World hunger is caused by poverty, war, and lack of resources. Anup Shah states, “Almost half of the world’s population lives in poverty” (Poverty Facts and Stats). People who live in poverty suffer economically due to low…

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    “There are genuinely sufficient resources in the world to ensure that no one, nowhere, at no time, should go hungry.” Ed Asner’s statement is true; the earth produces more than enough food for all of its inhabitants, yet why are some people still unable to receive enough nutrients to meet their physical demands (Price)? Practices, such as the poverty trap, war, and food wastage, tip the global balance of food distribution, resulting in hunger in various parts of the world. These practices can…

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    The statistics concerning worldwide hunger are staggering. The World Food Programme reports that approximately 795 million people worldwide suffer from hunger and malnutrition [1]. To help put this number into perspective, one in nine people are hungry. More than 3 million children under the age of five die because of poor nutrition annually. What is the Difference Between Hunger and Malnutrition? Hunger is a signal created by the body to let you know that it is time to eat. Once you eat, the…

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    Sahelian Region Essay

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    The Sahelian region comprises of countries such as Algeria, Mali, Senegal, Chad, Eritrea, Mauritania, Chad and Niger. Natural disasters such as floods and drought, animal diseases have been more frequent in West Africa (Barnabas, Jager, & Feher 2008). People living in this region have been suffering a lot. These disasters tend to bring about poverty, food insecurity, child malnutrition, conflicts, lack of basic services, poor governance and political instability, and weak economies dependent on…

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    Have you ever thought about what it’s like to not have food or what it’s like to be hungry? We may think that most of us do not have to worry about being hungry every day, but in reality there are billions of people who are hungry. It is sad to think about all of those people who don’t make it through the night because of hunger. Some don’t have the energy to talk nor walk. What does hunger really mean? Hunger is a term which has four meanings according to the Oxford English Dictionary (1971).…

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    With so many political problems around the world that range from an unstable market to natural disasters, it is safe to say that they are all connected. Hunger, is a problem that everyone can sympathize with. Whether a country is developed or is developing, hunger strikes everywhere. By investigating key political actors, we can interpret data while meeting further research of countries with the highest percentage of people that are malnourished. When the world analyzes data from the past, it…

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    The Arab Spring

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    Education is the key to success for our future, alas, it is not the case for everyone. It is unbelievable that we are in the 21th century and yet millions of kids have been forced to flee their schools. The Arab spring, which was believed to be for advancement in education, has let deprived children of the right to education. Education is a vital skill that these children have no access to. Unfortunately, the world is losing potential of one of these kids might invent something that might help…

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    Hunger In Ethiopia

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    on all sides, since 1993, when Eritrea gained its independence and Ethiopia lost its coastline (The World FactBook). In addition to having no easy route to any other countries for trade, Ethiopia also has poor irrigation due to its lack of a coast, which severely hurts the agricultural sector of Ethiopia. This is a huge factor because agriculture accounts for 95% of Ethiopia’s exports, and 40% of its GDP (The World FactBook). The whole Horn of Africa has been experiencing a drought…

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    Justin Phan Mr. Miranda IB MYP English 24 November 2015 Outline For many years, food shortages have become one of the leading problems in many countries. According to the “State of Food Security in the World,” the country with the least amount of nourished people is India. 190.7 million people in India have not been fed, making 10.6% of its population undernourished. Food Organizations that have been helping every country around the world should focus on the countries that have the most amount…

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