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A02 - Choose Two Specific Examples Of Problems Faced By People In Developing Countries And Explain How Christians Might Apply The Beliefs You Have Identified To The Problems.

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Choose Two Specific Examples Of Problems Faced By People In Developing Countries And Explain How Christians Might Apply The Beliefs You Have Identified To The Problems. As we know there are a lot of problems faced by people in Developing countries every day, and are attracting the media's attention more than ever. The media have looked at the problems and have tried to find solutions to these problems. Some of the problems faced by theses countries are hunger, poverty, diseases, and a population explosion. All these problems are important to helping people in developing countries to have a better future. The developed countries such as England and America are trying there hardest to help these Developing countries. ...read more.

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It is causing a lot of debt in most countries. One way to solve this poverty is use short-term aid. This is most effective help. We can give food to all the hungry, make wells for villages and give advice on farming methods. 'Give a man a fish, feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, feed him for a lifetime.' If Christians go to these countries we can teach techniques that will help people to catch things to eat. In the circle of poverty it shows that the problems of sickness, the inability to work and malnutrition are all linked. Cancelling all debts to the bank is one way to solve a bit of this poverty. ...read more.

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More Doctors could help the current generation to survive longer so there is no need to make more people. Improving the health care has helped lower the death rate of these countries. Teach families about peoples lives with a smaller family. This will help them to see that it is better to have a smaller family and so they will stop reproducing. 1 million people are born every 5 days in the developing countries. I think that it is key to overcome poverty before trying to cure any other problems. If we overcome poverty then families will have a healthier life and a more entertaining life. Agencies are encouraging people to sell products straight to companies in developed countries and put the price up for there goods in order to make more money. Oliver Webster Coursework A02 Page 1 ...read more.

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