This is a girl taking care of her brother while walking miles to get a bucket of water. Poverty Mom and dad depressed. Children’s bellies expanded. This is POVERTY.
They sit in small shacks. They feel lonely and unloved This is POVERTY
Many diseases, Take the life of many kids. That suffer threw life.
There are so many, That suffer more than we do. That is POVERTY.
The Fine Education Rebecca: Hello my name is rebecca and I will be interviewing a teacher and her name is miss Ababa how do you feel about education children? Miss Ababa: I really like to teach children; it has always been a a dream of mine since I was a child. Rebecca: How do you feel when you are with your students? Miss Ababa: I feel comfortable with my students, they teach me new thing and they keep me entertained. Rebecca:Are you comfortable with kids not even going to school? Miss Ababa: I am very disappointed that many kids in town or other towns can始t or don始t want to go to school, because I think every child should be educated. Rebecca:How do you feel about half the kids in your town not going to school and most of them are girls? Miss Ababa : I dislike the fact hat many girl can始t go to school. Rebecca: Well those were interesting remarks. Well that all for now see you next time on UN news.
Education for all women
The goal for goal three is to promote gender equality empowers women. The target for goal three is eliminate gender disparity in primary and secondary education, preferably by 2005, and in all levels of education no taller that 2015. Now for some information, women play vital roles within families and in society as a whole. Many women suffer the disadvantage of gender
inequality right from birth. Progress has been made in reducing the number of girl not in school, but there is still a long way to go. A possible solution for goal three is make it fair for women. For example if you are in the same position as a man and he gets paid more money that isn’t fair for the women, so my solution is make it fair for women.
Rachel Hello I am Rachel and I will be interview Katarina who had a baby which died because the baby was unhealthy. I have chose to interview Katarina because she has experienced this problem
Katarina I don’t think I have any diseases but I don’t have the money to check.
Rachel Katarina how do you feel without your baby?
Katarina I would feel really comfortable and would be willing to have another Baby.
Katarina I feel sad, lonely, depressed, and miserable without her. Rachel would you like to have another baby? Katarina- I will on get my courage back to have another baby is if they get better equipment to deliver a baby with.
Rachel- How would you feel if they got professional doctors and very good equipment?
Rachel that was fun Katarina had very good answers to my questions, that’s all for now on UN news thank you Katarina and thank you to all the listeners bye.
Rachel Do you think you have any diseases that might have prevented the babies death?
This is a picture of a babies grave.
Pretty Persuasive Letter There was a boy called Gamba and he died before reaching the age of 4. I would like to write a persuasive letter to Ede who was treating Gamba but he has saved many lives so I wan to write to him to tell him what is happening.
Dear Ede, I am a UN reporter and I would like to talk to you about Goal 4‐ to reduce the number of babies and children who die. The reason I wanted to talk to you is because it is a goal of ours a to achieve by the 2015, the goal is to reduce the number of babies and children who die. This is a serious concern of ours that about 11 million kid or babies die each year because it could be prevented by clean water, sanitation, good food and health care. The thing that might have caused it might have been repertory illness, measles, diarrhea, and malaria. Now that you seen what is happening and what is causing it I have two solutions for you, let more people know about what is happening, and raise awareness. I think that more people should help.
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Government letter I have written a letter to the government because I think they need to work on cleaning up the environment. In so many countries there are slum dwellers that are surrounded by trash and can barley walk a clean path.
I am Rachel and I have written a persuasive letter to you about goal seven to clean up the environment. Better environments are possible for everyone all you have to do is through away and recycle trash. One of the targets for goal seven is reduce by half the proportion of people without access to safe and clean water, the second target is achieve a signiYicant improvement in lives of at least 100 million slum dwellers. Now that you have heard about slum dwellers and trash that you should though away, now you should help the environment.
Fair trade These are some fast facts, which you can learn about goal eight. ‐ The world trading system is currently unfair, and based against developing countries. ‐Trade could bring posterity to developing countries if the rules were applied fairly. ‐Aid alone cannot enable poor countries to Yight poverty. ‐In 2007 aid given rich countries represented just 0.28 per cent of their income. ‐Every year the leaders of the richest and most powerful nations meet to discuss issues of the importance to people of all countries. ‐The eighth goal also calls for more and better aid. ‐Aid must also be given a long term and predictable has is. ‐ I f rich countries had all met their promises made in 1970 to give 0.7 percent of their incomes.
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‘Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.’ Martin Luther King
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