"Causes Of Lack Of Education" Essays and Research Papers

  • Causes Of Lack Of Education

    ARTICLE: 2 TOPIC: LACK OF EDUCATION | LACK OF EDUCATION The society we live in today faces a lot of problems. Most of them are looked upon in fact all of them are looked upon regardless of the urgency to look upon them and solve them. One of the major problems is lack of education. The question is WHO IS TO BE BLAMED? And how can we actually get rid of this problem? OVERVIEW: A person is officially considered to be literate if he is above ten years of age and can read and write...

    Education, Functional illiteracy, International Literacy Day 841  Words | 3  Pages

  • African Children with Lack of Education

    NOVEMBER 2, 2012, SYDNEY: EVERY purchase of an IKEA Soft Toys for Education product helps children across Africa and Asia go to school. Around the world, 61 million children aren’t able to go to school. UNICEF is working in the world’s hardest to reach and poorest communities to ensure all children complete a basic school education. It does this with the support of the IKEA Foundation Last year, the annual IKEA Soft Toys for Education campaign raised $15.4m (12.4m Euro). Since the campaign started...

    Africa, African Union, Burkina Faso 1472  Words | 4  Pages

  • The lack of Education in Africa

     Can The Lack of Efficient Effective Education Causes Violence and Sexual abuse? Some people think that as long as any country has massive wealth even they do not provide enough schools or universities, their population would be living in safe life. Unlike, some people consider as long as countries provide sufficient education to their nations, their population would be in safe life. Because of that country does have uneducated and poor population, those countries would have extremely...

    Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, Education, High school 2367  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Influence of lack of Applied Education in Geography

    Namibia Faculty of Education Project phase I Geography and Development Study Research Proposal Researcher’s particulars: Name Surname Student number Course Eino Juuso Tunomukumo Ankonga 201182831 Bachelor of Education ( Biology and Geography) Study/Problem: The Influence of lack of Applied Education in Geography Table of Contents Title An analysis of whether lack of Applied Education influence learners...

    Cartography, Education, Geography 1097  Words | 4  Pages

  • Lack of Education in Developing Countries

    destroyed and families to flee the country. Lack of education is a growing crisis due to many factors in developing countries but it has the power pull a country out of poverty and make them economically stable and attract other countries to trade, therefore it should be seen as a priority. Developed countries are involved to help countries increase their education because every child should have the right to education and be able to have access to education to learn so they can lead and help the future...

    Africa, Developed country, Developing country 1142  Words | 3  Pages

  • Obesity Is Cause from the Lack of Responsibility

    world, but it is known as home to the most obese population in the world. WHY? Is it because of the lack of personal responsibility, the fast food industry, or the government involvement? All fours authors, Radley Balko, Yves Engler, Eric Schlosser, and Dr. Richard H. Carmona express their own point of view about their ideas on the causes of obesity? They all believe that the cause is due to the lack of responsibility people put in for themselves and their families, especially their children. Radley...

    Fast food, Junk food, Nutrition 1673  Words | 4  Pages

  • The American Education System; Cause for Rebellion

    The American Education System; Cause for Rebellion Kevin Stenger EN 102-07 Nov. 29, 1996 If America's Schools are to meet the needs of the twenty first century, they must be reinvented. It is not enough to try to fix the schools; they must be reconstructed in both fundamental and radical ways. The school system must be restructured. The future of the American public school system is significannot because the maintenance of an informed and productive citizenry is vital to...

    1996, Education, Education in the United States 1496  Words | 5  Pages

  • Education

    Education driven by passion awakens us to a world bigger than ourselves and makes us curious. Learning becomes self-sustaining as it transforms from a requirement to a desire.” First of all, what is a globalization education? A Globalization is a series of social, economical, educational, ethnological, cultural, and political changes that promote interdependence and growth. Globalization raises the standard of living in developing countries, spreads technological knowledge, and increases political...

    Education, Educational psychology, History of education 958  Words | 3  Pages

  • Causes Of Unemployment

    Submitted To: Sir Qasir Kamran Program: BS(SE)-1(B) Submitted By: Maham Haq Date: 10/11/2014 Registration Number: CIIT/FA14-BSE-083/ATKCauses of Unemployment” There are many quotes about unemployment according to Calvin Coolidge unemployment occurs ‘’When large numbers of men are unable to find work unemployment results’’. According to Frank P. Louchheim , ’’An ‘acceptable’ level of unemployment means that the government economist to whom it is acceptable still has a job’’. While George Walker...

    Causality, Economic policy, Economics 923  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Cause of Bad or Good Effects for Exam-Oriented Education

    The Cause Of Bad Or Good Effects For Exam-Oriented Education It is no doubt that education is always an important topic around in our life, because education can not only improve our knowledge, but also can develope our society’s economic development. Right now, there is one very popular education system in the most Asian countries. It is exam oriented education. For this education system, there are many different opinions. For example, some people consider that this system is waste students’...

    Education, Educational psychology, High school 1356  Words | 4  Pages

  • Education

    BARRIERS TO LEARNING IN SCHOOL AND DEVELOPMENT IN S.A CONTEXT Education is essential to the success of the individual and communities. Public schools are charged with the responsibility of preparing students for college/university; while college/university are expected to prepare students for the work force. An inclusive approach to teaching; learning and assessment is forseen in the ‘The Revised National Curriculum Statement’, as part of this result we as teachers need to address barriers that...

    Disability, Education, Educational psychology 993  Words | 3  Pages

  • Does the Lack of Education in Africa Cause Disease and Poverty?

    some of the most deprived countries in the world. In these nations, warfare and government may set the foundation of poverty and disease, but several other causes throw logs into the burning fire. Lack of education in Africa is another cause for poverty and ailment. Hundreds of millions of Africans are illiterate. Due to the lack of education about disease in the continent, millions are infected with lethal illnesses annually. Some of these disease include tuberculosis, Ebola, malaria, and of course...

    Africa, African people, African Union 3043  Words | 8  Pages

  • Cause of Crime

    Causes of Crime In this modern era, many crimes keep happening around the world.  A crime is the breaking of rules or law for which some governing authority can ultimately prescribe a conviction. Crimes that we usually find in newspaper are the disappearance of children, threats, kidnappings and many more. The causes of crime include poor parenting, failure education, media violence and poverty. One of the causes of crime is poor parenting. According to Currie and Tekin (April 2006), maltreatment...

    1967, 2006, Crime 739  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Causes and Effects of a Lack of Communication in a Marriage

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    Acetic acid, Corning Incorporated, Dow Chemical Company 1649  Words | 7  Pages

  • education

    someone good at their specialization. Rich’s idea of “claiming an education” also applies within our pursuit to defining an educated person. Rich explains that a student should not think about education as “receiving it”, but to be thought of as “claiming it” (Rich 1979 pp. 365). Rich explains that claiming an education is taking as if one were the owner. I agree with Rich, students should have the mentality of taking the education being given to them. There is a difference between claiming what is...

    Education, Entrepreneurship, High school 1934  Words | 5  Pages

  • Causes of Poverty

    -discuss any three (3) causes of poverty in Third World countries using concrete examples (3pages) READING: Study Guide, Unit 4 Regan Chapter 19 Assessment evidence shows that you can: - define the overall concept of poverty using relevant examples - define and compare the concepts of absolute and relative poverty, using examples to help illustrate your answer - use Robert Chambers' deprivation trap to explain how poverty is a multi faceted concept and how it has many causes and effects - discuss...

    Demography, Green Revolution, Overpopulation 2755  Words | 7  Pages

  • How the Lack of Education During the Great Depression Affected Southern Society

    During the Great Depression receiving an education was becoming more and more difficult for southerners. From not being able to afford the required supplies needed, to not being able to pay the tutions, many people found it nearly impossible to attend school. The novel, To Kill A Mockingbird written by Harper Lee shows how the lack of education in society during the Great Depression affected Southerners lives, not allowing them to change their futures for the better. The public school system changed...

    1930s, Education, Great Depression 1367  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Cause of Poverty

    The Cause of Poverty In today’s world poverty is a huge issue that most people experience during their lives. Imagine searching through heaping piles of refuse at landfills, looking for anything that could seem partly edible, to satisfy an unending hunger. Many people around the world are facing this situation every day of their lives. What could have caused a situation like this to occur? Poverty in general means the condition where people's basic needs for food, clothing, and shelter are not...

    Cycle of poverty, Famine, Food security 1596  Words | 4  Pages

  • Education

    Formal Education Vs. Informal Education Are you or your child receiving an education that fits your element? If not then when would now be a good time to look into that? Adults and children today or mostly unaware of how education is being presented do to the fact that they are only aware of one type of education. Of course most of us all are all born and raised on the "ladder system" which is another way of saying formal education, but many people don't realize that there...

    College, Curriculum, Education 1452  Words | 6  Pages

  • Lack of Exercise May Cause Falls in the Elderly

    Lack of Exercise May Cause Falls in the Elderly Problem Section Falls are a major source of death and injury in elderly people. For example, they cause 90% of hip fractures and the current cost of hip fractures in the US is estimated to be about 10 billion dollars (Kato, Izumi, Hiramatsu, & Shogenji, 2006). Ensuring patient safety is one of the main reasons given for use of restraints. However, according to Jech (2006), the use of physical restraints is unlikely to prevent falls. Physical restraints...

    Elderly care, Geriatrics, Gerontology 1903  Words | 6  Pages

  • Education

    Today, education is the most important tool for the development of society. There is a direct correlation between education and development of society. The countries that realize this fact, giving the required importance for their education system, have become highly developed. Education should be promoted since it is the most important factor for the development of a country. The promotion of the education is depended on the factors like literacy rate in a country, schooling rate in the primary...

    Economic development, Economics, Education 821  Words | 3  Pages

  • Education

    National Education Policy 1979 By Roll No.01,48,12,37,41 National Education Policy 1979 What is education? Meaning: The "education" has been derived from Latin words "Educare”. “Educare" means to train, to bring and lead out', so we can say that education is to bring up, to developing and shaping up the individual talent and his inner potentialities. Definition: Education is a process in which and by which the knowledge, characters and behavior of the human being are shaped and molded...

    College, Education, Educational stages 1174  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Cause of Women's Lack of Self Respect as Described by Mary Wollstonecraft

    It is difficult to believe that during Mary Wollstonecraft's period women were denied many rights, yet it was completely acceptable by society. Wollstonecraft mentions that due to the "unnatural distinctions" that affected them, women developed a lack of self-respect. Although women of the present have what Mary Wollstonecraft wanted to help women earn self-respect such as equal opportunities, today we still fall victim to the desire to fit into society's standards, similar to women before. ...

    Female, Gender, Happiness 1062  Words | 3  Pages

  • Good Education vs. Bad Education

    Course: COM 220 Teacher: Sherry Ann Smith Good Education vs. Bad Education Does one think he or she can get very far without having a great education? Statistics shows that people with a great education are much more successful than those who do not receive a great education. Many people who graduate from high school and college are guaranteed to get a better job and higher position than those who have never finish their high school or college education. There are some teachers, doctors, lawyers,...

    College, Education, English-language films 2064  Words | 6  Pages

  • Education

    Education is a vital process that enables pupils and students to acquire knowledge and skills that can earn them a living and a respectable life. Within most education systems are measures such as user charges and cost recovery. These measures are put forward so as to improve the quality of education. In Sub-Saharan Africa countries, the user charges and cost recovery measures have been criticised by some people on equity grounds although within the same region other people have defended the measures...

    Cost accounting, Cost-benefit analysis, Curriculum 1788  Words | 5  Pages

  • Education

    THE AIM OF EDUCATION IS TO CULTIVATE PERSONALITY INTEGRATION AND CREATIVE INTELLIGENCE: Education as the fostering of natural human development.GROWTH IN FREEDOM theme: Discussion of aim of education is a function of the philosophy of education or 'educational theory'. The aim of education - in the fullest and deepest sense of the word - is in keeping with the nature of the human personality or 'human nature'. Human nature is defined in terms of the cultivation and development of perceptive...

    Agriculture, Education, Higher education 1440  Words | 5  Pages

  • Education

    Use of a Liberal Education: As Lite Entertainment for Bored College Students” As a student, I have read “On the Use of a Liberal Education: As Lite Entertainment for Bored College Students” written by Mark Edmundson many times. Edmundson’s article is now published in textbook (for example: from Inquiry to Academic writing) and taught in English university education. Edmundson argues that nowadays liberal education is as lite entertainment for bored college students; education is product and universities...

    Education, Higher education, History of education 942  Words | 3  Pages

  • What Are the Causes and/or Effects of Illiteracy

    needed to open doors to brilliant career opportunities and fetches better prospects in career and growth. Learning disabilities, poverty and education are the main factors/ components which contributes to illiteracy. Learning disabilities may be a major cause of illiteracy. A learning disability is a neurological disorder. Dyslexia is the most common cause of language incapacity. Persons with dyslexia have difficulties with accurate and/ or fluent word recognition, poor spelling, mirror printing...

    Disability, Dyslexia, Education 938  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lack of Diversity

    Ebrahimi Professor Arnold English 110 Lack of Diversity Most people would agree that diversity is growing rapidly here in America, the truth of the matter it's not, in fact it is slowly progressing. In David Brook's essay "People Like Us", he discusses how there is very little diversity within our diverse culture. In his essay he proclaims that people of the same race will flock together and live in the same community. Another cause for this slow progression of diversity in America...

    African American, Black people, Miscegenation 929  Words | 3  Pages

  • Education

    Radhakrishnan committee report The Radhakrishnan Committee had lot to say about the University Education but it reviewed the secondary education in the country as well. It was this commission which remarked that "Secondary Education continues to be the weakest link in our educational machinery and needs urgent reform." It recommended: (i) A twelve year secondary course instead of ten years, (ii) That teachers' lot be improved, (iii) Admission to the university be after intermediate examination...

    Education, Gymnasium, High school 2226  Words | 6  Pages

  • Education

    essay I will discuss all the situational factors that formed the basis of the reforms during the era of education reform from 1976-1994 in South Africa. The essay will critically discuss factors in detail regarding pre 1994 education. I will then give a conclusion on all the factors that influenced the educational reforms. The Soweto uprising in 1979 In 1979 there was a huge riot against the education act. The riot was about creating equal learning opportunities for everybody, black and coloured people...

    Africa, Curriculum, Education 1095  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Lack of Education 2013

    The Lack of Education 2013 Education is meant to be a powerful tool that brings people together in the sharing of subjects. To a certain extent that still holds true. Children are still forced to do group projects, university students are still advised to take a diversity of classes. So is there fault in the current education system in this country? I say no. Though I do think that there is a serious problem with the people within these education systems. When a child...

    Education, Educational psychology, History of education 685  Words | 2  Pages

  • Causes of Poverty

    Ruble Ling 100 Causes of Poverty Poverty usually means one lacks the necessary for basic lives such as clean and fresh water, nutrition, health care, education, clothing and shelter. Nowadays, it is not only a challenge for poor countries. American, the world's richest country, also has poverty problems. It is a huge issue for the whole world. To solve this problem, people should figure out the reasons behind poverty first. Poverty is very complex social problem. Causes of poverty can be...

    Marxism, Middle class, Poverty 1368  Words | 4  Pages

  • Education

    people say that education system is the only critical factor to development of a country. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement. Education is considered a certain ladder for everybody to climb up to prosperity. From the poor to the rich, according to parents' conception, children are forced to study in the early ages. Consequently, it has been increasingly recognized that the development of a country is only contributed by education. To begin with, a good education system can supply...

    Boarding house, Boarding school, Education 1473  Words | 4  Pages

  • Education

    Education Education, I’d have to say it’s the one thing that many students complain about everyday but inside secretly enjoy like the song “Call Me Maybe”. Even though I might not be fond of getting up at six everyday to go learn, I know many parents around the world would kill for their child to have the opportunities I have in the society I live in. I receive a world-class education, with many opportunities to further my learning at a college or university. It isn’t only the knowledge I get...

    Education, Education in the United States, High school 2417  Words | 7  Pages

  • Education

    ed1: Speech- Role of Parents In Children's Education Respected Principal, Worthy Teachers and My Dear Friends. Today I am going to express my views on the topic: Role of Parents in Children's Education. "I want my child's education to be holistic!" "I don't like cramming and the loads of homework." "I want my child to grow in a stress-free environment." "The curriculum must stimulate reasoning and analytical skills." At the beginning of every academic year this is what you hear from your...

    Education, Educational psychology, High school 1262  Words | 4  Pages

  • Cause and Effect of Poor Education

    Cause and Effect of Poor Education To be successful in life one must have an education. It is the right of every American to have an education. Does each person have the means and ability to receive an education? Unfortunately, in society today it is getting more and more difficult and less and less affordable to get an education to attempt to be successful in life and in turn to have a career that will support the American dream. Some of the causes of poor education stem from the background...

    Adolescence, Causality, College 521  Words | 2  Pages

  • Education

    ”Every person who has ever gone to school can cite numerous instances of unfairness and injustice caused by grading system and practices, but for some strange reason we seem it to assume it to be necessary and intrinsic to the process of formal education.” As a student myself, I have not marked with an unfair grade. I think that when a teacher dispenses a course, he expects to see on his student’s paper the lesson he has taught. The teacher can easily see if a student is following his method...

    Education, Education in the United States, Grade 978  Words | 3  Pages

  • Causes of Homelessness

    Causes of Homelessness Bentley Martin BSHS/302 July 16, 2011 Joey Schumacher Causes of Homelessness There are many factors that lead to poverty and homelessness. People often jump to conclusions and form stereotypes to look down upon those who are poor. Stereotypes include poor people who are viewed as lazy, jobless, criminals, or un-educated. When I think of a homeless individual, I would agree with most of the stereotypes and find within the reading and researching that there is more to...

    Homeless shelter, Homelessness, Homelessness in the United States 1294  Words | 4  Pages

  • Education

    made large strides in educating its population of more than a billion people, yet a lot remains to be done. It is commonplace now that education is both intrinsically valuable and also instrumental for economic well-being, and this is true for individuals and entire nations. No country in the world has been able to develop without the spread of mass education. An educated population is a prerequisite for take-off into high economic growth. Table 1 in the appendix shows literacy rates for...

    Education, Education in the United States, Gymnasium 1575  Words | 5  Pages

  • Education

    Education. Why or Why not? Education, define as the art of systemic learning inspire every one of us, and educated human beings are able to possess the power of influence in academic discourses. If there’s no input, then there will be no output, and believe it or not, education allows people to be creative and innovative in developing our digital world. Generation after generation, the medium of providing education has improved in using interactive technology such as - digital projector, high-speed...

    Education, Higher education, Right to education 1976  Words | 6  Pages

  • Education

    Education Does the perfect high school exist? Is there a school out there in which the students are all nice and responsible, every teacher enforces learning on the classroom, and the school system always makes wise decisions? No, probably not. At least, not any school I have ever heard of. There are multiple problems affecting high schools today, usually being either issues personally affecting an individual student, or issues affecting the whole school. Some examples of these problems may...

    Adolescence, College, Education 901  Words | 3  Pages

  • Education and Learners

    another In addition, avoid judgement and criticism towards each other. 2.1.2 Inclusive education promotes Human rights as well as Good and sensible educational values. Social wisdom is also promoted and encouraged greatly .The equal right to learn and live together is highlighted and explained in inclusive education. Acceptance, diversity, and respect are a few of the main core values that inclusive education is built up on and were the concept came from. 2.1.3 1. A school that is equipped and...

    Developmental psychology, Education, Educational psychology 1432  Words | 5  Pages

  • Education Assistant's Role in Education

    Significant reforms have been made to the education system due to the demands of a fast changing and increasingly competitive global economy. The need to provide quality education that maximizes the potential of every child and raise standards of pupil performance has increased the demand for education assistants and broadened the range of responsibilities they perform. In the past, an education assistant’s role involved preparing materials for the classroom, childcare and pastoral care. However...

    Curriculum, Education, Educational psychology 1542  Words | 5  Pages

  • Causes of Street Crime

    Causes of street crimes The major causes are unemployment and illiteracy rate but there are some other factors too like lawlessness, fundamentalism, backwardness and double standards prevailing in the society. People around the world always think of Pakistannis as terrorists- we aren't all like that. Yes, I agree that there is a high crime rate, however, most Pakistanni's in the lesser civilised areas of Pakistan suffer from extreme depths of poverty, which is somewhat the main reason for high...

    Assault, Crime, Crime statistics 746  Words | 3  Pages

  • Causes and Effects of Teenage Pregnancy

    I. Introduction II. Body A. Causes 1. Lack of sexual education 2. Lack of communication between the parents and teens a. Weak relationship b. Too strong of a relationship 3. Drugs 4. Trends a. Social b. Media 5. Abuse B. Effects 1. Unwanted/ unplanned pregnancy 2. Abortion 3. Neglect/ Child abuse 4. Complications a. Maternal deaths b. Birth defects 5. Incomplete education a. Unemployment b. Poverty 6...

    Abortion, Adolescence, Birth control 815  Words | 4  Pages

  • Causes of Poverty

    CAUSES OF POVERTY “Poverty is the worst form of violence”- Mahatma Gandhi. Poverty is a problem of unmet human physical need. That is, persons and families in poverty lack the goods and services needed to sustain and support life and the income to purchase the goods or services which would meet those needs. Have they been lazy, made poor decisions, and been solely responsible for their plight? What are the causes of this extreme need? Overpopulation is the situation of having large numbers of...

    Africa, Developed country, Developing country 965  Words | 3  Pages

  • Universal Education

    11 important Problems of Universalization of Education and their Remedies SWASTIK Universalization of Elementary Education is Constitutional directive. Education is every body's birth-right and it is binding on any government to provide facilities for education for children who are born and reach the school-going age. It was stipulated to achieve Universalization within 10 years from the introduction of Constitution and that is by 1960. But it is now more than three decades after the scheduled time...

    Education, Elementary and primary schools, Elementary school 1519  Words | 4  Pages

  • cause and effect early pregnancy

     CAUSE AND EFFECT EARLY PREGNANCY Early Pregnancy is one of the problems in today’s society. Many teenagers today don’t know how big responsibility to raise a child when they are young too. Becoming a parent is a big responsibility that should give priority, but how can teenagers can handle this big responsibility if she was too young too? To raise a child involves a lot of patient and sacrifices which lot teens don’t have. The risk of pregnancy among teenagers is largely increasing. Some...

    Adolescence, Childbirth, Educational psychology 1159  Words | 3  Pages

  • Poverty and a Lack of Education are Fueling Juvenile Crime A 6 page essay arguing that juvenile crime is directly related to poverty and poor education.

    Poverty and a Lack of Education are Fueling Juvenile Crime In the early 1960's, the epidemic of juvenile crime began to take shape. The problem of juvenile crime is becoming an increasingly pressing matter in America. Anyone who watches the news on television or reads the newspapers is well aware of the urgency and intensity of America's juvenile crime problem. Effectively establishing the causes of juvenile crime may help to deter it in the future. A proper solution cannot be executed until the...

    Crime, Criminology, Cycle of poverty 1712  Words | 6  Pages

  • Education

    Pate0890@umn.edu Introduction Higher education is critical in a developed economy. In most developed countries, education is considered a basic right. Hence the costs of higher education is highly subsidized by governments. This results in a significantly reduced number of students that need to work to pay for their education. The United states is one of the few counties, developed or otherwise, where the almost all the burden of paying for higher education is put on the student. This has certain...

    College, Community college, Education 2839  Words | 7  Pages

  • Higher Education Problem in Taiwan

    Topic : Higher Education Problem in Taiwan (over The Last Fifty Years) Do you think higher education is one of the important goals for humanization? Long time ago, education is the right only for the nobilities. On the contrary, Taiwan today, everyone can access to higher education as long as he or she strives hard enough. For the development of Taiwan and international competitiveness, the government had been investing a lot of money in order to advance higher education. Not surprisingly...

    College, Education, Educational stages 763  Words | 3  Pages

  • Primary Causes of the Declination of Black Male College Enrollment

    The Principal Causes in the Decline in Black Male College Enrollment In Today’s society, the decline in black male college enrollment is quickly becoming a dominant issue in secondary education institutions around the country. It is estimated by the 2010 United States Census Bureau that of the 1,885,000 middle aged black males (18-24) only twenty-nine percent of these males enroll in college each year (College Enrollment). Various reasons of the rising declination of black male college enrollment...

    African American, College, Educational stages 1269  Words | 3  Pages

  • Cause and Effect of Prostitution

    What are the cause and effect of prostitution? im doing a research paper.. 6 years ago Report Abuse mallimal... Best Answer - Chosen by Voters (m) Immediate causes The immediate causes of the epidemic are linked to HIV´s modes of transmission. These include unprotected penetrative se; transmission from mother to child before, during or after birth; and transmission through transfusions and the sharing of blood or blood products. Underlying causes include societal denial and weak...

    AIDS, Blood transfusion, Causality 743  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lack of Water

    The consequences of the lack of water By J. C. Cardona 884 million people lack access to safe water supplies; approximately one in eight people. UNICEF/WHO 2008. Progress on Drinking Water and Sanitation: Special Focus on Sanitation. 3.575 million People die each year from water-related disease.World Health Organization. 2008. Safer Water, Better Health: Costs, benefits, and sustainability of interventions to protect and promote health. The water and sanitation crisis claims more lives through...

    Drinking water, Human, Water 1194  Words | 3  Pages

  • Causes of Teenage Pregnancy

    pregnancy: (1) Lack of Parenting Guidance; (2)Lack of basic education; (3) Inadequate knowledge about safe sex (4) Exploitation by older men. Firstly, the root cause of teenage pregnancy is the lack of parenting guidance. Often times, parents do not permit their children to talk about sex. Also some parents go far as providing their children with false information about sex. For instance, the child may ask “Where do babies come from?” The mother may reply, “Babies come from the sky.” The lack of parenting...

    Abortion, Adolescence, Birth control 1117  Words | 2  Pages

  • Education Problem in Indonesia

    EDUCATION PROBLEM IN INDONESIA Alfarian David Undana, Kupang ABSTRACT This paper aims to provide a snapshot of the quality of education in Indonesia which is in poor situation compared to some foreign countries. The causes that lead to low quality of education in Indonesia like problem on effectiveness, efficiency and standardization of teaching. Some of the solutions are provided in order to resolve this issue with the hope that the quality of education in Indonesia could be better in the...

    Curriculum, Education, Gymnasium 1919  Words | 6  Pages

  • Obesity Causes

    Causes of Obesity Causes of Obesity I. Introduction: A. Background B. Definition C. Hook: Do you know that there are more than 524 Million obese people in this world and it's increasing? (worldometers). Thesis statement: Diseases are effects of obesity; however, obesity is caused by many factors. II. Causes of the Obesity A. Lack of sleep. B. Technology. C. Pregnant. D. Fast food, snakes and soft drinks. E. Inactive. F. Genes and family history. G....

    Cancer, Diabetes mellitus, Hypertension 2524  Words | 7  Pages

  • Comparative in Education

    THE UNIVERSITY OF DODOMA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION AND CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSE NAME: PROFESSIONALISM AND ETHICS IN EDUCATION COURSE CODE: FE 303 COURSE INSTRUCTOR: Mr. MATALU, K & Mr. NDIBALEMA, P NATURE OF WORK: GROUP ASSIGNMENT SUBMISSION DATE: 2nd April 2013 PARTICIPANTS SN | NAMES | REG NUMBER | DEGREE PROG | SIGNATURE | 1 | TITUS, Wilhard | T/UDOM/2010/02017 | | | 2 | NYENDO, Happyness T. | T/UDOM/2010/02537 | | | 3 | MASSAWE, Thadeus...

    Education, Ethics, High school 1992  Words | 6  Pages

  • Unemployment: Higher Education and Graduates

    graduate unemployment. The factors are weak English which is 56%,bad social etiquette 36%,demand too much pay 32%,degrees not relevant 30%,fresh grads too choosy 23% and no vacancies 14% So I am here today to give all of you view what is actually causes of this unemployment that have become serius problem in our country nowadays First off all,I would like to explain what is actually graduate umemployment means. Unemployment occurs when a person is available to work and seeking work but currently...

    Academic degree, Bachelor's degree, Employment 1891  Words | 5  Pages

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