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Western Society to Lead Aid Effort Hot Zones focuses on infectious diseases and relates the spreading of them to global environmental problems. Such diseases as malaria, dengue fever, and cholera, are spreading and becoming more prevalent due to deforestation, inadequate water treatment, and natural disasters. These diseases have had massive impacts on the morality rates of children in poverty stricken countries and are now “traveling” to the western world and developed countries due to improvements in transportation. Since these diseases are a global concern, “Western Society” should lead the fight against these life-threatening diseases. Foreign aid efforts should be focused in medicine and treatment of these diseases, upgrades to water treatment facilities, as well as the elimination of poverty. In the Lake Victoria region, over 80 percent of the population is infected with malaria and the area has become known as the malaria capital of the world. Studies have shown that 20 percent of children under the age of five die due to malaria. The cases of this disease have increased dramatically due to the increases in deforestation and malaria is now considered the greatest killer of man. The western world needs to aid countries affected by malaria by providing
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