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Low fertility rates, high death rates, and emigration are the major factors that cause negative population growth in the Eastern European areas. HIV/AIDS has slowed the population growth in Southern Africa. Globally, population growth peaked in 1962, at the growth rate of 2.2%. By 2009 the 1.1% population growth rate had returned to a little less than the average since 1350 which was 1.8%. The Bubonic Plague, Great Famine and Hundred Years War in 1350 started a continuous population growth rate.
Gender inequality is the measured difference in treatment between men and women. Generally, gender inequality refers to women being treated in a way that causes reduced financial gain, lower pay, positions with less status, more difficult to advance in employment, and sexual harassment.
When measuring gender inequality, the population growth rates amoung men and women may sometimes blurr reality. For example, the United States of America is now at war, which increases the death rate. As a result, more women are in higher positions. It then appears as though gender inequality has improved, and has not.
Population growth is measures by the number of people born minus the number of people that die plus the number of immigrants minus the number of people who move away (emigrants). (P=Population, B=Births, D=Deaths, I= Immigrants, and E=Emigrants).
Annual Growth Rate
1989 88.0 million
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In the Caribbean, sex tourism, the mistreatment of girls, women, boys and young men for prostitution increases the HIV/AIDS rates and decreases the population growth rates. These issues are also based on gender inequality. The women caring for the boys and young men are without a husband. Terrorism and para-terrorism also contribute to the population growth rate issues, an increase in terrorist activity in central America is being reported. The Genocide that affected Rwanda is now using medical means, government- backed sterilization. Some of the interviews and articles sound like women are used for reproduction without consent, a form of gender inequality.
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When reading about and researching India, the traffic, language, social, and economic problems sound like Mexico. The U. S. Department of State on Travel to India’s report says travel by road in India is dangerous and reckless driving without consideration for the rules of the road. Like Mexico, because of tribes and rural living there are huge variations in language, social and economic conditions, as noted by the International Herald Tribune about India.
When I worked with “at risk” youth, another employee was from India, he told me that in India he was a Medical Doctor and his education did not have reciprocity with U.S. Medical School, Boards, or Licensure. Mr. Thomas also informed me that in order to obtain higher education in India you had to be able to speak English. India’s National literacy average is 65 percent.
The greatest points of conflict in India are political, military, and terrorist. This version on the topic looks at Religious and Cultural Terrorism. The U.S. Department of State on Travel specifically includes violence against Christians, called Anti-Christian violence, that occurs in Orissa, Gujarat, Kerala, and Karnataka, India, against Indian and American Missionaries and Social Workers. Conversion of Hindus is illegal in some states due to the violent clashes it caused. Fourteen terror attacks have occurred in major cities that have killed over 600 people between Oct. 2005 and Nov. 2008.
Political officials and laws are determined by voting, India is the world’s largest democracy (12/5/2010 correction [multi-party system that can be mistaken for a democracy. Due to the two Communist parties, this is not a democracy]), and has a very diverse and second most populous, population. Communicating with Maoist leaders would increase understanding of the direction the political voting, coalitions, and alliances are going toward, the Maoist are becoming a political factor.
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The original article written on www.helium.com, India’s Foreseeable Future…, state, “…India is the world’s largest democracy…” This statement is qualified by stating the it is a “multi-partied” system that can be mistaken for a democracy and includes communist parties.
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The world should care about all countries when the environment is involved. The consequences on the world is great. About 20 years ago, part of the rain forest was cut down, this caused an increase in global warmer. Many specials on TV have discussed the OZONE, global warming, and pollution. On Earth, we use photosynthesis to breathe. If we do not have enough plant life, we will die. The plants can live in the environment without us, but we can not live without the plants.
The deforestation in Zimbabwe means reduced plant life, reduced natural resources, and at the National Parks reduced jobs. Exploiting the natural resources has also been reported as environmental problem in Zimbabwe. The series about environmental consequences of human conflict is important, it brings attention to the civil wars of other countries, like Mozambique and the genocide in Rwanda. These issues may require International Governmental Aid, tax dollars!
All I ever learned in science class 101 tells me that the ecosystem is balanced. The human conflict can cause premature death of animals and plant life that disturbs this balance.
In conclusion, the civil war in Mozambique, the deforestation in Zimbabwe, and the human catastrophe in Rwanda may require global financial assistance and research to look at the effects on the global environment.
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Orphans of the Rwanda genocide: Portraits of Survival and Hope-Featured Photographs by- Jerry Berndt
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This article helped bring these issues to the forefront. I now know why it is a Second Place Pulitzer Citizen Journalism Award Winner. (Contest # 1 March 2008)
Update: December 3, 2008
The World Leaders involved in Genocide are now going through United Nations Trails (News Radio)!!!!!
Update January 24, 2009
In Zimbabwe there is a cholera epidemic, this illness killed nearly 2,800 people.
Update Feburary 3, 2009
In Harare, Zimbabwe the capital Morgan Tsvangirai signed a power sharing agreement as Prime Minister with President Robert Mugabe’s. The population of Zimbabwe is described as famished, sick and impoverished.
In the past Mugabe’s Security beat, abducted and tortured Tsvangirai and thousands of his supporters.
Update April 11, 2009
The Rwandan genocide began on April 6, 1994 and more than 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed in about 100 days by Hutu militias. Per the Los Angeles times President OBama marked the 15th anniversary of the start of the Rwandan genocide Tuesday saying the victims “had their own story, their own family and their won dreams.”
Update June 14, 2009
The National Geographic Book of Peoples of the World A Guide to Cultures (2007) states the Zimbabwe & Mozambique’s population is 10 million and are made up primarily of Shona People. They speak Korekore, Ndau, and Karanga. The Shona live mostly in villages and the traditional religion is Vadzimu or Ancestor Spirits.
Rwanda’s population is 18 million and in 2004, as a result of the past genocide, Rwanda passed new legislation that forbids political parties from making any reference to ethnic, religious, regional, or clan differences in their names or operations.
Rwanda is known for some of the worst violence o the 20th century, following independence in 1962, two countries emerging that had been Rwanda- Urundi or Belgian East Africa. During this violence Hutu seized power. The people of Rwanda are made up od Hutu, Tutsi, & Twa
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Update March 5, 2011
BBC NEWS AFRICA 3 February 2011, states that Rwanda is in a vasectomy drive to stem the population growth. Rwanda’s government has said it wants to encourage men to have vasectomies in a bid to stem the small landloced country’s growing population and been encouraging male circumcision since 2008, as the UN World Health Organization says it reduces the risk of heterosexual HIV infection (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-12354464).
On Feburary 25, 2008 TMSC International® Management & Leadership published an article, “Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and Rwanda-Civil War, Deforestation, and Genocide”.The article was first published by The Pulitzer Center through Helium.com Where Knowldege Rules, this article states:
On Earth, we use photosynthesis to breathe. If we do not have enough plant life, we will die. The plants can live in the environment without us, but we can not live without the plants. The deforestation in Zimbabwe means reduced plant life, reduced natural resources, and at the National Parks reduced jobs.
Craig Simons writes, “As China Grows Rich, Rainforests Fall” on January 2, 2012:
“…logs…rising demands has come at a steep environmental cost…China’s shoppers have taken up the slack driving unsustainable logging and leading to the rapid loss of some of the world’s last stands of pristine rainforests”.
Again, “The plants can live in the environment without us, but we can not live without plants.”
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