The story of Africa is always a story of tragedy war poverty disease corruption drought hunger; high rate of child mortality famine political instability tribal clash and Child's marriage. Why cant good story come out of Africa?  There is poverty in Africa and this poverty seems unending why? The major causes of unending poverty in Africa are well detailed in this post.  Corruption:  Corruption is like a canker worm eating the fabrics of Africa nations. Some Africa political leaders can be…

The story of Africa is always a story of tragedy war poverty disease corruption drought hunger; high rate of child mortality famine political instability tribal clash and Child's marriage. Why cant good story come out of Africa? There is poverty in Africa and this poverty seems unending why? The major causes of unending poverty in Africa are well detailed in this post. Corruption: Corruption is like a canker worm eating the fabrics of Africa nations. Some Africa political leaders can be…

The plot revolves around an attempt to disable all the financial systems in the Western world by idealists who believe that it will change the world and correct its imbalances, notably the poverty in Africa.

The plot revolves around an attempt to disable all the financial systems in the Western world by idealists who believe that it will change the world and correct its imbalances, notably the poverty in Africa.

Future of Africa | Mobilizing young leaders - Let's End Child Poverty in Africa

Future of Africa | Mobilizing young leaders - Let's End Child Poverty in Africa

Future of Africa | Mobilizing young leaders - Let's End Child Poverty in Africa

Future of Africa | Mobilizing young leaders - Let's End Child Poverty in Africa

Help starving children in Africa

These children are starving, they live in a place with extreme poverty. Most of the time these young children in poverty struck areas are forced t work at young ages while still not being able to get food.

Poverty. No, not in Africa. Across the street here in America. Tell me again how it's his fault and you can't be bothered with taxes to help those in need??? And I ain't talking about those needy corporations either…

across the street. Feeding the hungry is a moral duty not a charitable act. Cut Subsidies to the Rich and tax them appropriately to serve the common good.

CHOICE Humanitarian concentrates its efforts in Kenya in two highly impoverished areas, the Kwale and Kilifi counties located in the Coastal region of Kenya in East Africa. In the Kwale area, one recent report shows that 32 percent of the population is classified as ‘food insecure’ while 40% of the population is in ‘absolute poverty.’

CHOICE Humanitarian concentrates its efforts in Kenya in two highly impoverished areas, the Kwale and Kilifi counties located in the Coastal region of Kenya in East Africa. In the Kwale area, one recent report shows that 32 percent of the population is classified as ‘food insecure’ while 40% of the population is in ‘absolute poverty.’

Without the clean water in Africa there are several things they can't do, like grow food, build a home, stay healthy, work, or go to school. For every $1 going towards the water and sanitation issue in Africa it's return is $3-$34. Also it talks about why clean water is important to humans.

An informative infographic detailing the many ways access to clean water can help alleviate poverty in Africa.

Small glimpse into all of the  obstacles  women from Africa have to overcome. Grateful for our refugee knitters who have been resettled in the US and now have a second chance at life:)    Wornforpeace.com

Infographic: CNN’s The Life of an African Child (informative … but slightly unbalanced)

Poverty in Africa by ~chandler-and-company on deviantART

And you cannot even pay for your car registration, you absolute poor excuse of a human being. Those poor poor children.

July 2,  2005: TEN SIMULTANEOUS LIVE8 CONCERTS ARE HELD The world's biggest music stars perform at Live8 concerts to draw attention to the G8 Summit (July 6-8) where political leaders would discuss poverty in Africa.

July 2, 2005: TEN SIMULTANEOUS LIVE8 CONCERTS ARE HELD The world's biggest music stars perform at Live8 concerts to draw attention to the G8 Summit (July 6-8) where political leaders would discuss poverty in Africa.

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