The issue of poverty can be solved through education, economic security, water and sanitation, health care and job creation. There are many people earning less that $2 per day. Non-governmental organizations, governments... More »

A reliable census is important for a country to adequately plan growth, deliver services and solve the country's problems. For example, a national government distributing economic assistance to local governments can use ... More »

Social activism seeks to identify causes and sources of social inequality – hunger, homelessness, poverty, under-employment and poor education. Working in conjunction with social workers to provide essential services to ... More »

Poverty can be eliminated through education, quality health care services, clean water and job creation. Ending poverty is not an easy task. It requires the involvement of the public, the government and other relevant au... More »

Some solutions for reducing poverty include job creation, raising the minimum wage, access to sanitation and clean water, and microfinancing. Job creation reduces poverty in a significant way because it gives people inco... More »

Some of the problems that develop from urbanization are a strain on basic services, increased poverty, poor public education, sanitation problems and rising crime rates. Urbanization, which is basically rapid urban growt... More »

Some pros to emigrating into the United States include that it can be an escape from persecution due to membership in a particular group, a way to escape conflict or violence, a means to access superior health care, a pa... More »