DINNER FOR THE WORLD

by WESLEY RENTON (@wesrent13)

Pages 2 and 3 of 29

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Wealth is not distributed equitably/equally.
It can vary widely from country to country and even within countries themselves.

The World Bank categorizes countries as either high-income, middle-income, or low-income by calculating the average wealth of each nation’s residents. Countries with greater wealth often have greater access to resources such as food, water and medical care, while countries with less wealth have less access to these resources and face issues such as poor health and higher mortality (death) rates.
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Money
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As the next generation of leaders, it is important for us to understand some of the inequities in resource distribution around the world and some of the feelings of helplessness and frustration that result from these inequities.
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frustration
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Why is this important?
Thought Bubble
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"To plan for the FUTURE, we need to know about the PRESENT."
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A common sight in South Africa...