Famine

Darain Watson, Bailey Crawford, Madison Sowers

Statistical Information

World hunger refers to the second definition, aggregated to the world level. The related technical term (in this case operationalized in medicine) is malnutrition.Malnutrition is a general term that indicates a lack of some or all nutritional elements necessary for human health (Medline Plus Medical Encyclopedia).






Background Information on Famine:

They cause widespead malnutriton and improvenshment. THeres exhuastion of food resources, over drafting of groundwater, wars, internal struggles, and economic failure.

The location where most of this happens:

Sub- Saharan African countries

What has been resolve

local farming helping

goverment helping out the best they can with certon things

people donating stuff

to address the problem

support them

help out with rescourse

plant crops for them

do food drivese and donations

The analysis of Famine

  • Lack of food or by difficulties in food distribution.
  • Natural climate fluctuations.
  • By extreme political conditions related to oppressive government or warfare.