Friday, 18 October 2013

Hunger and Poverty

  Nowadays, around the world many families suffer from famine and starvation. Famine and starvation are two forms of hunger which lead to stunted growth, weakness and make people more vulnerable to illnesses as they do not receive the necessary vitamins and minerals. Hunger is usually met to poor societies; nevertheless, in the developing countries plenty people are also undernourished. This affects their health and lessens their energy; as a result, they are more susceptible to diseases and they cannot make a living as their energy is rapidly absorbed. These people feel ashamed and they have no chance to find someone to give them a hand because they have no relationships. Therefore, they need our support and society has to contribute to the attempt to make their lives simplier.

1 comment:

  1. I can see you studied the slides, well done!

    Question: What kind of punctuation do you need before the linking words 'nevertheless' and 'as a result' ?