What percent of adult Australians live in poverty or jobless households?
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Introduction to Australian Hunger
Hunger in Australia is not like hunger in other places. An adult group has already made the thing that is happening come true. If we can show people that kids are as capable as the adults and the kids in the world see that a group of kids can make a difference in the world then those kids will hopefully try to make a diiference too. As part of our group my part is to tell the people about how bad hunger is in Australia.
Hunger in Australia
Hunger in Australia is getting worse every year. About 2.4 million Australians are in poverty and can't get the basic food and other supplies. About 13% of adult Australians and 15% of Australian children live in jobless households. At least 30% of the Australian poverty has increased in the last 20 years. Hunger is triggered by poverty in Australia. Maybe if we show the citizens of Australia how to get and use money wisely they might not be called a victim of poverty. If we show them that it will be easy to spend money, fish, and hunt they might be amazed at how easy it can be to live healthier and wiser in their lives.
Causes of Australian Hunger
Most of the causes of hunger in Australia are of poverty. When kids grow up in poverty they can't go to school because they're too busy trying to plant seeds, pick and water them and so on. Kids need to get in school to get the essential mind food they need to lower the hunger population in Australia. Polluted water can kill the crops and make the crops not safe for the people.
Effects of Hunger in Australia
The hunger of Australia has affected everyone in the whole world. Thirty-three countries have severe or extremely alarming hunger. If we stop the hunger in one place it will stop feeding off each other. It has injured and killed a lot of people in Australia. We need to stop hunger.
Solutions to Hunger in Australia
Some of the solutions are really easy to come up with like giving them all of the food they need. But if you really think about it you you can't give all of those people the food they need. We need to show them how to do everything, like getting food. But in the long run we need to get kids in school. That way they can make money to get food and lower the population of the hungry in Australia.