Today we are learning about all the different issues that play into the larger conflict of world poverty. These issues include lack of education, child mortality, hunger, lack of gender equality, poor maternal health, disease, and no access to clean water.
They also need a future, without healthy children then they have no future country!!
People need food and water to survive!!!!
Here at a government meeting, our leaders are discussing possible solutions to the big problem of world poverty, however it is very difficult because they do not know where to start.
Coincidentally, at school Mrs. Smith is teaching her World Geography class about the different steps the government takes to help solve the issue of world poverty. She tells about the many specific issues that fall under the entire problem of world poverty.
Wait, isn't this technically considered foreign aid then? We can't allow the countries to rely on other countries for everything.
Meanwhile at the government meeting, everyone is arguing on what step to take first in order to solve world poverty. Some people believe solving the issue of hunger and contaminated water, and others believe maternal health and fixing child mortality is what is most important.
All of the leaders finally came to an agreement of the first step to take in order to solve this crisis. They figured that it is more important to every child to have a chance at life.
Yay! I second that thought, child mortality and maternal health are our primary worries.
Now they had to come up with a plan to carry out. They agreed on providing third world countries with better medical supplies, and building new & improved hospitals. However there was discussion on whether or not this form of foreign aid was a good idea, because they also want the countries to learn to be able to sustain themselves. The leaders agreed to go through with their plan but only help the countries until they can get back on their feet.
The government leaders' plan went well resulting in better medical care in foreign countries, especially in fetal and maternal care. This third world country is now one step closer to reducing poverty in their country. The end.