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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Hunger in U.S. and Ethiopia Causes ("Dust") 1.) Severe drought between 1930 and 1940.2.) Dry land farming led to systematic destruction of prairie grasses.3.) Overgrazing large areas of grassland. Effects ("The Human") % ("The Great") 1.) 40% never faces real hardship during the Great Depression 1.) Homeless2.) Starvation3.) Unemployment double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Causes (Centanni) 1.) Government Abuse2.) Drought and Environment3.) International Politics Effects (Thurow) 1.) Manifestation of malnutrition.2.) Getting more sick than others because of weakened immune system.3.) Brain development and slow growth due to malnutrition. % ("U.N."). 1.) 67% of the adult population in Ethiopia suffered from stunting as children. Gov. Aid ("The Great Depression") 1.) In 1932, only 1.5% of all the government funds were spent on relief and averaged about $1.67 per citizen. Gov. Aid ("The Great Depression") 1.) 35,000 maize farmers increase yields by 50% and brought rust-resistance wheat varieties to 1.2 million farmers. double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Chronic Hunger and its Effects and solutions ("World") Hunger that never stops.1.) High infant-mortality rates2.)Vulnerability to common illnesses3.)Increased risk of infection4.) Impediments to economic growth5.) Impediments to development6.) Acute vulnerability in times of disaster Solution: Freedom from Hunger-concentrates its sources to the poorest nations in the world..
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