Poverty is not for the PoorWritten by Karen Nodalo
Poverty means lack of food, shelter, clothing and opportunities for work and education. It is lack of supply for needs of community. Poverty has grown abruptly and we are left clinging in hands of time waiting to be fed and nourished. It is doing and having what you wanted to do but doing nothing at all for reason you remain incapable.
In a different perception, poverty is a result for having a poor management. In order to have a good government, it should be run by good public officials. If they perform their tasks defectively, our resources are affected, poor becomes poorer and our economy declines. Since poverty is on mount, we need to have a good government to heal all economic deficiencies and political operations. If we lack resources, investing would be impossible.
Poverty in countries is being measured by amount or value of goods and resources they produce. So, lesser resources and productions we have, lesser opportunity is at stake for us. The lesser chances, more probability we will sink in debt.
With poverty on rush, how do we set alternatives to increase our livelihood? How do we invest and compete in a global world? How do provide ourselves with good valuable resources? We start by improving and enhancing our skills in order to bring forth more income to our families at same time uplifting our nationís economy. That is, focusing in rural communities. Watching and maintaining our natural resources would bring investments and exports which makes way to manpower or employment in rural communities. Rural places are mainly our source of natural resources such as fisheries and vegetation so these must be taken good care of.
Population Explosion Does MatterWritten by Karen Nodalo
The sudden increase in population is steamingly high and continues to elevate. For every second, three or more babies are born in every country and that is a big effect in our community and whole world. Population rate has been growing effectively but death rates are reduced resulting to an imbalance in population status. However, if number of death rates will decrease, still we will find it very hard to manipulate population fraction.
Is this an issue we should ponder on? It certainly is because it do not only affect enormous population size but conveys to general problems occurring in our society. It is very important that we become aware of population dimension for reason that it entails us to be living in jam-packed places if lucky. But for some, streets are will become a vacancy.
Rapid population growth will contribute to poor employment, agriculture, economy, and poverty. It is true that if population will not decline, food shortage will rise. Food shortage then arrives to malnutrition which a part of world is experiencing now.
Increase in population will increase poverty and it is another imperative problem world will face. Unemployment leads to poverty and poverty leads to economic crisis. It is said that there has to be only two to three children in a family in order for them to suffice basic needs to maintain standard way of living. If more than five children are raised and father is unemployed and they keep raising another batch of children, how will they provide needs of their children basically for food and education? Schools are rampantly overcrowded with students. Children begging in streets for money to buy food are not surprising. Some are lucky enough to reach college while some risk in hard work with less pay.