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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Hunger in America vs. Hunger in Ethiopia Causes Effects of Hunger % of Population Impacted Government Aid *Between 1930 and 1940 southwestern Great Plains regions of the United Statessuffered a severe drought*Dry land farming on the Great Plains led to the systematicdestruction of the prairie grasses*In the ranching regions overgrazing also destruction large areas of grassland ("Great") *The Ethiopian government destroyed crops and bombed market place in rebel-held territory depriving the local people of both locally grown food and access to food*When the majority of people in a country rely completelyon their own small farms without government supportthey have no reliable sources of food when their crops failed*Droughts trigger famines when farmers cant successfullygrow crops (Centanni) *Many people became homelessbecause they lost their jobs andcouldn't pay their rent*Everyone who didn't have a job washaving a hard time feeding themselves and paying rent*Children also suffered most from the long-term effects of a poor diet and nomedical care ("The Human") *Malnutrition can prevent critical brain development and slowphysical growth *Some kids stand just over four feet tall and most days go to schoolbarefoot and on a empty stomach*I can see from his growth he isn't so good. He is stunned (Thurow) *28% of all child mortalityin Ethiopia is associated withundernutrition ("UN") *Fluctuating during the 1930s, it never fell below 14.3% in 1941 ("The Great") *In 1932, only 1.5 percent of all government funds werespent on relief and averaged about $1.67 percitizen("The Great Depression") *With nearly $70 million in newprivate sector investment, Ethiopianfarmers have been able to grow theirbusinesses and hire new employees ("U.S") double click to change this title text! Definition of Chronic Hunger and its Effects Definition- is a food insecurity a deadly condition Effects- 1. High Infant-Mortality Rates2. Vulnerability to Common Illnesses3. Increased Risk of Infection4. Acute Vulnerability in Times of Disaster5. Impediments to Development 6. Impediments to Economic Growth Solutions for Ending World-Wide Hunger Freedom from hungers credit with education program("World")
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