Charities Aiding the Public Health Crisis in Uganda

The escalating population in Uganda, now surpassing 49 million, underscores a pressing public health crisis. Various factors, including mental health, food insecurity, education and agricultural practices, collectively contribute to the deterioration of public health, highlighting the critical need for global charitable support Uganda faces severe food insecurity, with a Global Hunger Index score of 25.3. Read more…

The Impact of Poverty in the Maldives

The Maldives, a South Asian country, has managed to elevate itself from a middle-income status despite facing significant geographical challenges. In the past five years, the economy has experienced an average growth rate of 4.5% per year, which is a considerable improvement mainly due to the booming tourism industry. The transport, communication and construction sectors Read more…

US Aid to Colombia: Navigating the Complexities of Internal Conflict

To understand the complexity of U.S. foreign aid to Colombia, it is necessary to examine the current state of the country’s internal conflict. U.S. aid to Colombia has historically focused on combating the drug trade in Buenaventura, as evidenced by initiatives like Plan Colombia. The relationship between poverty, illicit markets and paramilitary groups in Colombia Read more…