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So many people are in need they want someone too help them when they go to sleep there hearts wish for someone too come and save them and their families too take them away too a better place.
Yet these people are overlooked and for what the pair of high heels they saw in vouge. For the Iphone 5 etc.
These people are in pain and suffer from a constant longing, The next time you want something think of these people and think of what they want.
In recent times, I have observed with keen interest the time at which some pupils in my neighbourhood return from school. These pupils usually leave home as early as 6:00am and return home at 18:00GMT. As they hastily leave for school, they will tell you the kind of punishment that awaits a person for not attending extra classes. This situation leaves them with virtually no time for house chores and even much time to review their school notes.
Perhaps, you might have also observed a similar situation in your neighbourhood. Pupils of upper and even lower primary schools are made to attend extra classes. Some of those who close before 17:00pm sometimes have special teachers at home. I feel in…
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I live in a noisy city in Viet Nam, women ought to have been respected but they seem to be servant for men.
Once I visited to my friend's home and seeing a terrible scene at the opposite house. A drunk men was hitting his wife ruthlessly for not having enough money to go out. Although his wife cried and implored too much but he became angry and beat her, everyone in the neighbour interfered so that the woman could survive. At this point, I always wonder why women have to withstand terrible things and where is the equal right.
Men should respect women, especially husbands. If you don't appreciate your wife, then please don't marry her! I hope one…
I think the best way to solve the problems of street children is to provide food and a shelter, which they can call home.
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In our class, we are studying about the effects of conflict and children. We learned about a girl named Martha who was affected by the civil war in Sierra Leone.
There are are many similarities and differences between children in places of conflict and children in my own neighborhood. For example, we noticed that in both places there is poverty. Similarly, we both experience losses of family members, sometimes through violence.
A difference we noticed is that there are more consequences for lawbreaking here. Also, in our neighborhood we have school that has not been destroyed, which allows us to study. Comparing children from different places helps us see what we have in common as well as what challenges are…
There are many children around the globe who want to get away from their parents; they don't appreciate what it means to be in the warms hand of their parents.
In India many children are abandoned by their parents due to poverty. Often the children stay in the streets where they often can’t even have food to eat and wear a the same clothes for more than a year. The last option for underprivileged children is to steal and pickpocket. Often if they get money by chance, they use it to buy intoxicated things in order to overcome their depressions. People often look down on street children and discriminate them instead of helping just even once. Children are the pillar…
Thanks, at least in part, to the hugely positive effect of the Paralympics, disability awareness is higher on the agenda and higher in public consciousness than ever before – and that’s great news. But it’s important to remember that whilst a physical disability is easy to see and (relatively) easy to understand, there are many other kinds of “unseen” disability – including learning disabilities.
Statistics estimate that 2% of the population in England (1.98 million people) have some form of learning disability. The term learning disability covers a very wide spectrum – from people who have a mild learning difficulty and perhaps need a few hours support to help with managing money, paying bills and running their home – to…
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1) We Need The World to Help West Papua Dear people in the world, I’m still writing from my deepest heart with tears on the emergency situation today where Indonesian military blocked, arrested and shot the peaceful demo coordinated by the West Papua National Committee (KNPB) in whole regent in West Papua.
I want let you know that today people of West Papua carried out terror, intimidation, arresting, and shooting to the peaceful demo who were demanding the right of self determination (referendum), and to immediately urging UN to send Observer to organize referendum in West Papua As a leader of KNPB, i have been contacted to the police to give the room of democracy so that people could mediated…
Many of us have probably thought about child sponsorship but have never actually gone ahead, basically as the result of not knowing enough about what is involved. We asked Plan International through whom children’s campaigner Esther Rantzen has been sponsoring a child for 14 years a little about what we might expect.
Well, let’s get the easiest bit out of the way first – How much does it cost? Plan asks for a minimum of £15 a month which is sufficient to make a real impact although, of course, many people choose to give more. It’s really quite amazing what even £15 a month or 50p a day can achieve over a period of time.
Next, everyone needs to know…