World Hunger & Poverty

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World Hunger & Poverty

  1. 1. World Hunger & PovertyNurul Ade Suryanie Bt Uladin2010451514BM111 5FMiss NorulHuda Bt Tajuddin
  2. 2. World Hunger & Poverty“If you can’t feed a hundred people, then just feed one” – Mother Teresa
  3. 3. FACTS; The world’s current population of 6.8 billion, 5 billion are livingat levels of poverty that deprive them of their basic needs, and morethan 1 billion are going hungry. (Powledge, 2010)
  4. 4. HUNGERISN’T ABOUT STOMACH THING
  5. 5. What
  6. 6. What IS
  7. 7. What IS Hunger?
  8. 8. • The condition where both adults and children cannot access food consistently and have to reduce food intake, eat poor diets, and often go without any food. (Dillon & Marquand, 2011)Hunger • Hunger is also defined as the uneasy or painful sensation caused by lack of food. • According to Amartya Sen, he discovered that the real cause for hunger is the lack of ability to pay food.
  9. 9. How does hunger affect children?What are the root causes of world hunger ? What are the effects of world hunger?
  10. 10. How does hunger affect children?
  11. 11. How does hunger affect children?
  12. 12. What are the root causes of world hunger ? CausesGender Population Conflict
  13. 13. Poverty & Powerlessness Poor economic performance leads to unequal distribution of income. Lack of purchasing power & access to resources.Political structure that renderspoor people powerless, whetherit is a democracy or dictatorship
  14. 14. Poverty & Powerlessness Poor economic performance leads to unequal distribution of income. Lack of purchasing power & access to resources.Political structure that renderspoor people powerless, whetherit is a democracy or dictatorship
  15. 15. Gender Discrimination Women suspiciously facing higherrates of malnutrition than men because theyhave special nutritional needs. Women oftencarry primary responsibility for household &working outside the home.
  16. 16. Gender Discrimination Women suspiciously facing higherrates of malnutrition than men because theyhave special nutritional needs. Women oftencarry primary responsibility for household &working outside the home. However, women’s pay rates are nearlyuniversally lower than those for men even forequivalent work.
  17. 17. Conflict & Political Instability
  18. 18. Conflict & Political Instability Political instability leads to deflection of resources (Ann Nielsen Yen, 2009).Food supplies are robbed & used as instruments of war, crop cycles are interrupted,seeds & breeding livestock are consumed in desperation, & children sufferpermanent damage as a result of insufficient food.
  19. 19. Population, consumption & the environment“Whether the can support its growing population”
  20. 20. Population, consumption & the environment“Whether the can support its growing population” Food production must be increased in order to have a stabilizes world inthe midst of 21st century. Fresh water, land, forests, and fisheries are today beingused at or beyond capacity which leads to imbalanced level of consumption withglobal level. Thus, policymakers must re-shape policies to improved lives for poorpeople and reduced population growth, reduced consumption of non-renewableresources, and protection of the environment.
  21. 21. What are the effects of world hunger? EffectsInfection Infant Economic Mortality Growth
  22. 22. CHRONIC HUNGER
  23. 23. A situation that exists when people lack secure access tosufficient amounts of safe and nutritious food for normal growth,development, an active & healthy life. CHRONIC HUNGER
  24. 24. RISK OF INFECTION
  25. 25. RISK OF INFECTION Infections cause lack of appetite& further compromise the childs abilityto fight off recurrent & lingeringinfections.
  26. 26. INFANT MORTALITY Rate
  27. 27. Malnourished women are morelikely to be sick, have smaller babies, and INFANTdie earlier, resulting in high levels ofinfant mortality in areas where chronic MORTALITYhunger is a major problem. Rate
  28. 28. OBSTACLES TO ECONOMIC GROWTH
  29. 29. Underweight children will probably spend fewer years in school,OBSTACLES TO which, in turn, has a measurable impact on how much they earn in ECONOMIC adulthood. GROWTH
  30. 30. What
  31. 31. What IS
  32. 32. What IS Poverty?
  33. 33. What IS Poverty? It refers to the state of one who lacks a certain amount ofmaterial possessions or money.
  34. 34. T he three concepts of poverty Relative Absolute Hardcore
  35. 35. RELATIVE Poverty A group whose meanincome is less than another group.
  36. 36. ABSOLUTE Poverty The one who lacks ofhuman basic needs & insufficientto purchase certain minimumnecessities of life.
  37. 37. HARDCORE Poverty A condition in whichthe gross monthly income of ahousehold is less than half ofPoverty Line Income (PLI).
  38. 38. HUNGER& POVERTY STATISTICS
  39. 39. Feed the hungry children
  40. 40. FEEDING THE W ORLD
  41. 41. Change THE W ORLD
  42. 42. References (2010, May 20). Retrieved from Manna For Jesus Youth:http://jydailymanna.wordpress.com/2010/05/20/if-you-cant-feed-a-hundred-people-then Ann Nielsen Yen. (2009). Conflict and Political Instability. Women: A Force toEradicate Hunger and Poverty, 26. Ann Nielsen Yen. (2009). Lack of Income, Low Purchasing Power and Inequality.Women: A Force to Eradicate Hunger and Poverty, 22.
  43. 43. References Dillon, T., & Marquand, I. (2011). Hungry in Montana. Hunger Issues PresentChallenges For Families, Workforce and Economy, 1. Kent, N. M. (2001). Background. Food and Hunger in Sub-Saharan Africa , 3. Poverty. (n.d.). Retrieved from Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poverty Powledge, F. (2010). Introduction. Food, Hunger and Insecurity, 1.

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