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Famine in Africa

Summary: This essay focus' on the crucial and deadly subject of the famine epidemic in Africa that continues to claim thousands of lives daily.
Famine in Africa

Famine is most prevalently defined as "acute starvation associated with a sharp increase in mortality."(www.africana.com) This, as far as one can see, direct definition, however, avoids the much more complicated question of why people reach the point of starvation. Conflicting to popular media coverage of the issue, famine in Africa is not a brief event, nor an immediate, unavoidable outcome of drought or other climatic misfortunes. Rather, research on the history of famine shows that several factors typically contribute to a society's or region's vulnerability to starvation, and that some of the causes of famine have changed substantially over the past century. Famine is an entity in which destroys thousands of lives on a daily basis, in the paragraphs to follow the complete definition of famine will be addressed, up to and including how many people are at risk and also...

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