Ramadhan (Tanzania) on Poverty and Population Increasing

Message to Pamela and Dadamac community

Thank you for your  patrotism to invite us again  

 to the meeting place for Dadamac's "First Thusday" meeting

POVERTY IN AFRICA AND INCREASING OF POPULATION

Dear members as we are keeping on moving in  

threshold of the 21st Century , a  Century  that is  characterizing  by  competition. It is clear, therefore, that  this Century be a Century dominated by those with advanced technological capacity, high productivity, modern and efficient transport and communication infrastructure and, above all highly skilled manpower imbued with initiative. If we are to be active participants in global developments of the twenty –first we must, as a Individual, find the ways of improving and strethening ourselves in these areas"Povert and Population increasing"

Today's generation of young people is the largest in history. Over 3 billion people - nearly half of the world's population - are under the age of 25.  It is crucial that we engage the young decision makers of tomorrow in the development decisions of today.  I hope that,  the Teacher talking  Program in Kenya will keep on rolling so that to imancipate young generation from mental slavish awareness and creativity.

925 million people do not have enough to eat - more than the populations of USA, Canada and the European Union; 

(Source: FAO news release,  

The  suffering is terrible across the Horn of Africa. In Kenya, lack of  water and high food prices are causing a dramatic rise in the number of  severely malnourished children. The famine is taking countless lives, mostly children. 

Dear members let us think about how we can help reducing porvety in Africa. We are  in great danger, the greatest therefore shoulld be our courage to reducing if not to eliminate poverty.

 There are 925 million undernourished people in the world today. That means one in nearly six people do not get enough food to be healthy and lead an active life. Hunger and malnutrition are in fact the number one risk to the health worldwide — greater than AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis combined.

Among the key causes of hunger are natural disasters, conflict, poverty, poor agricultural infrastructure and over-exploitation of the environment. Recently, financial and economic crises have pushed more people into hunger.

As well as the obvious sort of hunger resulting from an empty stomach, there is also the hidden hunger of micronutrient deficiencies which make people susceptible to infectious diseases, impair physical and mental development, reduce their labour productivity and increase the risk of premature death. {Source: www.globalwarming.org}

·         98 percent of the world's hungry live in developing countries;

(Source: FAO news release, 2010)

 THANKING YOU

 

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 RAMADHAN

This post was discussed on August 4th 2011 at   Dadamac's "First Thusday" meeting  - where you can read the full chat archive and an overview.

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