On the MOREP Charity program day,? Ms. Jayne Wilson (MOREP-England-Africa on Charity Program) met MOREP President Dr Majid Abi Saab and diffused informations about poverty and famine in Africa suggesting rapid actions in front of these alarming situations.
Human being by nature needs to survive. People these decades want just?to?follow the market and??stokes, to become rich or to live in good conditions.?
Economical States are provoking inflations.
Poor children are thrown to be eaten by vultures.?
This Picture depicts a famine stricken child crawling towards a UN food camp, located a Km away. The vulture is waiting for the child to die?to eat him.
This is what is happening everyday like it was in the Sudan famine in 1994 where this picture was taken.?Today is?the Zimbabwe famine, the one loaf of?bread costs $13 equal to a day wages resulting in the missing of enough corn. In?Madagascar, 85% of?people lives on less than a $ per day. By 2010,?there will be approximately 18 million?AIDS orphans in Africa.
The children destiny is promising to the worst while rich and developped countries?are projecting their?hypocrisy.?
It is alarming .?MOREP urges the world to look at these poorest countries and help these millions lifes to survive.? Do promote investment of all kind, help and support. Push your country politics?to turn their face to this side of the world.