CHILDREN ARE THE FIRST TO FEEL THE IMPACT

Unfortunately, in many developing countries, the effect of the global rise in food
prices can be measured, not only by a decline in purchasing power, but also
by the number of children having to leave school to help their families make a
living. If a family has to manage without adequate levels of food and perhaps
unable to care for the whole household, then extra hands are needed, and that
includes the hands of children as well. Surviving on a day-to-day basis becomes
more crucial for the poor in developing countries than ensuring education for
their children, even though education provides the means to combat poverty.

 


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