2.5 billion people lack access to improved sanitation. With out proper water sanitation people get sick and some kids don't live past 5
101 million children are not attending primary school. With no steady food supply and water kids have to drop out to help their parents on the farm.
148 million children under the age of 5 in developing regions are underweight for their age. With out clean water kids don't have food they need to survive.
People that live in global poverty face lots of problems here are the 5 most important.
Water and sanitation in some countries 1 out of 10 people don't have access to clean water. 3.5 million people die each year do to water related diseases.
Food/nutrition in some countries people have to live off of the crops they grow. Some people live off of rice and beans only. Some eat tortillas for the calories.
Jobs in some places in the world are very difficult to get because you can only be farmers or day labors. You don't get work everyday so there is no steady pay check. Some go days without work.
Schooling can be difficult in some places because you might not speak Spanish or you might be too poor to go to school and not work 50% of girls are married and start a family by 19
Natural disasters 70% of the land is owned by the wealthy people so the poor people get all the bad land so they have land slides so it is hard to make a farm with land slides happening a lot.
The US foreign assistance is assistance giving by the US to support global peace,security,and development efforts.
34.0 billion dollars is going to be spent is 2017 for foreign assistance.
More than 100 countries receive assistance every year from the US
The US is planning on spending 8.3 billion on peace and security. 2.7 billion on democracy human rights and governance.1.1 billion on education social services. 9.3 billion on health. 3.6 billion on economic development. 6.0 billion on humanitarian assistance. 1.3 billion on environment.
The usaid is trying to solve people not having clean water to cook,bath in, and drink. Some examples it's working are March 2016—A new water supply system for residents of a village in rural Tajikistan./ In June 2016, USAID rehabilitated the shallow well in Duma Kerkele, the first of many dysfunctional water systems to be rehabilitated./