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Starvation and Poverty

As clean, potable water becomes increasingly scarce, it poses a direct threat to life, health, well-being, and security.

Educational inequality, economic disparities, and unequal access to opportunities create a domino effect that leads to poverty, unemployment, and starvation β€” major issues that plague societies worldwide.

Unemployment and underemployment often stem from educational inequality, where individuals lack the knowledge or skills needed to secure stable jobs. This lack of income then makes it challenging to meet basic needs such as food, resulting in poverty and, in extreme situations, starvation. Unequal access to opportunities, whether in the realm of employment, education, or wealth accumulation, further intensifies these issues. Thus, the cycle of deprivation continues, perpetuated by disparities in income, wealth, education, and opportunities.

Importantly, the digital divide or the gap between those who have access to computers and the internet, and those who do not, exacerbates inequality and limits opportunities for learning, discovery, growth, and the pursuit of purpose and contribution.

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