children require proper nutrition and energy to increase their growth. Children in low poverty and developing countries such as South America, Africa, and South Asia are the most susceptible. In these areas it is difficult to get the proper food and nutrients that children need because of the inability to afford food and the limited availability of sanitized clean water. There have been cases of Marasmus in the United States but it is very rare compared to the cases occurring in other countries.
Biogeochemistry research in South East Asia and surround Biogeochemistry study in SE Asia countries has been conducted in fresh or marine water scope. Some of the studies can be tracked down through international publications. However, some others may remain as the local knowledge since only come to the local or regional publications. Although the sources is limited, it is still possible to track down the research highlight of biogeochemistry study in SE Asia. The following part discuss some of those
The Role of Government Policy in South East Asia in the Role of Globalisation Globalisation cannot be defined as one, single process. It is a complex of processes including aspects such as the growth of global trade routes and global markets. Globalisation is linked to the growth of supraterritorial relations between people. This is the idea that international borders are becoming permeable, and that the time space divide between people and business continues to become less significant.
The issue of Global sanitation, specifically when pertaining to plumbing systems and access to proper toilets, is of primary concern amongst health experts and more recently, governments of developing nations, such as Indonesia and less developed areas of India. With limited sanitation networks, poor public health initiatives have negatively impacted economies, the standard of living within societies, the general health of populations, and death rates from preventable diseases due to feces-infected
migration’ should be further allowed to worsen the overpopulation issue of India? India, the 2nd most populated country on the planet evidently has a high growing rate in terms of its population. As we go according to the recent stats of 2011 census and the Report by United Nations Statistics Division the country has a birth rate of above forty thousand newborns per day, while the death rate lags far behind it. But, is this issue of overpopulation just related to the birth and death rates? Well reports
Description The South China Sea is located in Southeast Asia. It is surrounded by the countries of China, Taiwan, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei, and the Philippines. The Sea covers a 1.4 million square mile area and it “encompasses several hundred small islands, reefs, and atolls that are almost all uninhabited and uninhabitable” (Bader, 2014). In 1947, the Chinese created the nine-dash line (Beech, 2016). The nine-dash line was drawn to show that China claims almost the entire South China Sea. The
East Asia is a region located in the Northeastern hemisphere of the world. It consists of the countries: China (population 1,338,100,000), Japan (127,400,000), North Korea (22,800,000), South Korea (48,900,000), Mongolia (2,800,000), Taiwan (23,200,000), China, Hong Kong SAR (7,000,000), China, Macau SAR (500,000) and China, Tibet (2,620,000). Its major cities are Beijing (China) Tokyo (Japan) Pyongyang (North Korea) Seoul (South Korea) Taipei (Taiwan) Shanghai (China) Kunming (China) Lhasa (China)
peninsula in Southeast Asia. Its surrounding countries are Burma, Laos, and Cambodia. The capital city of Thailand is Bangkok, and the country predominantly follows the Buddhist faith. As of 2011 Thailand was the 21st most populous country in the world, with around 64 million people. Thailand is notorious for its breathtaking scenery and famous tourist spots. However, what you might not know is that Thailand is currently facing a number of issues as a country; these issues can be summed up into three
Brand Created in 1886 by an Atlanta Pharmacist by the name of John Pemberton, Coca-Cola was originally intended as a patient medicine. However, with the intent of creating a drink that could be sold at fountains, the syrup was mixed with carbonated water and hence, Coca-Cola was born. The name Coca-Cola derives from the two main ingredients within the drink, kola nuts and coca leaves. Coca-Cola is the most known beverage company in the world with 94% of the world’s population being able to recognize
Bangladesh, or officially the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, is located in South Asia. It borders India to the west, north, and east, and Burma to the southeast. It also borders the Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean to the south. It is a small country, with an area of approximately 147,570 sq. km. (94th compared to all countries). However, it is the eighth-most populous nation in the world, with a population of over 160 million people, and is also among the world's most densely populated countries