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To: Professor Seastrand From: Jonathan Sherman, WTSN 104, Section 59 Date: Thursday, February 7, 2008 Re: Assignment #1 First Choice Topic: Poverty 1. Incomes: It amazed me how many people are still living on such low wages. I don’t understand how they could live with so little. They can barely afford food let alone anything else. On wages like that, they can’t afford medical help if they get sick or hurt. They also can’t afford suitable housing, so even after they’re done working for next to nothing they can barely even relax. 2. Uneven growth: Even with all of the programs put into action, certain places will still be poverty stricken for many years. The developing countries in Africa are projected to still have 36% of the population in poverty in the year 2015. On the other side, in East Asia and the Pacific there will be less than 3% in poverty by the year 2015. It is obvious that more effort needs to be put towards the developing countries in Africa if they are ever going to be brought out of such
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course WTSN 103 taught by Professor Seastrand during the Fall '07 term at Binghamton.

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