Solving World Poverty Persuasive Essay by Nicky

Solving World Poverty
Urges that the world's richest nations, especially the U.S., have an obligation to fight global poverty.
# 144958 | 1,045 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2010 | US
Published on Oct 20, 2010 in Sociology (Social Work) , International Relations (General) , Sociology (Poverty)

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This paper explains that, if the problem of global poverty is better understand, the people of the world will have the power to correct this
phenomenon. Next, the author looks at ways of solving problems of deaths from hunger, hunger-related diseases, economic hardships and other diseases, such as diarrhea and AIDS. The paper argues that the only way to significantly improve the lives of the world's poorest populations is through international cooperation; however, better global governance is essential.

From the Paper:

"I think that we have all been informed on AIDS. Many of us know that it is the second-largest epidemic in the history of humanity, and that AIDS kills over 2 million people every year which, if you think about it, means that someone dies every 15 seconds of it. Many of the victims are children who were infected with the HIV virus during pregnancy, or through breast-feeding. These are innocent victims whose right to life is taken from them the moment they are born. The effects of AIDS in Africa have been truly devastating. It is hard for us to even imagine that entire villages have lost their population to AIDS."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Ghai, Dharam. "Human Solidarity and World Poverty." Global Governance 7 (2001): 236-240
  • "International Aid: A Solution." Poverty <>
  • World Health Organization (WHO) <>

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