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Environmental movements often interact or are linked with other social movements, e. g. for peace, human rights, and animal rights ; and against nuclear weapons and / or nuclear power, endemic diseases, poverty, hunger, etc.
Baby Doc's kleptocracy left the regime vulnerable to unanticipated crises, exacerbated by endemic poverty, most notably the epidemic of African swine fever virus — which, at the insistence of USAID officials, led to the slaughter of the creole pigs, the principal source of income for most peasants ; and the widely-publicized outbreak of AIDS in the early 1980s.
The new sultan confronted insurgency in a country plagued by endemic disease, illiteracy, and poverty.
Long created the Share Our Wealth program in 1934 with the motto " Every Man a King ", proposing new wealth redistribution measures in the form of a net asset tax on corporations and individuals to curb the poverty and homelessness endemic nationwide during the Great Depression.
In the 1970s, the endemic alcohol and poverty problems in the area were exacerbated by the expansion of the drug trade, with crack cocaine becoming high-profile in the 1980s as well as a reconcentration of the prostitution trade in the area because of the relocation of hooker strolls in conjunction with city policy for Expo 86.
Topics of editorial concern have included poverty, unequal distribution of incomes and wealth, racism, imperialism in relations between economically developed and less developed nations, and inefficiencies in production and distribution seen as endemic to the capitalist system.
These nations faced challenges in the form of neocolonialism, poverty, illiteracy and endemic tropical diseases.
The bulk of the world ’ s food aid is given to people in areas where poverty is endemic ; or to people who has suffered due to a natural disaster other than famine ( such as the victims of the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami ), or have lost their crops due to conflicts ( such as in the Darfur region of Sudan ).
Spain joined the industrialised world, leaving behind the poverty and endemic underdevelopment it had experienced following the loss of most of its imperium in the 1820s.
TDR's vision is to foster an effective global research effort on infectious diseases of poverty in which disease endemic countries play a pivotal role.
Witnessing the widespread endemic poverty, oppression and disenfranchisement throughout Latin America, and influenced by his readings of Marxist literature, Guevara later decided that the only solution for the region's structural inequalities was armed revolution.
This innovative instrument opens a new frontier in the financing of the fight against poverty and endemic diseases ,” said Padoa-Schioppa, whose ministry has led the drive to adopt the AMC pilot.
It saw fierce fighting during the Greek Civil War and much of the local population subsequently emigrated to escape endemic poverty and political strife.
In London, he was confronted by a city where disease was rife, poverty and overcrowding endemic and educational opportunities for the poor were non-existent.
Emergency also deals with crippling and endemic diseases like polio and malaria and provides basic health care, not only for war-torn areas, but also for high poverty regions ; it also helps the set up of social development projects.
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It is an important refuge for many endemic forest species, including the Asian Elephant, the Sumatran Rhinoceros, the Bornean Clouded Leopard, the Hose's Civet and the Dayak Fruit Bat.
The highest elevations of Mount Kinabalu are home to the Kinabalu mountain alpine meadow, an alpine shrubland notable for its numerous endemic species, including many orchids.
The only forest left completely untouched in Côte d ' Ivoire is Taï National Park ( Parc National de Taï ), a area in the country's far southwest that is home to over 150 endemic species and many other endangered species such as the Pygmy Hippopotamus and 11 species of monkeys.
Cholera exists as a seasonal disease in many endemic countries, occurring annually mostly during rainy seasons.
Many birds have become extinct as a result of human activity, especially birds endemic to islands, including many flightless birds ( see a more complete list under extinct birds ).
As many of these detrimental effects have done irreversible damage to hellbender populations, it is important to conserve the remaining intact populations through protecting habitats and — perhaps in places where the species was once endemic and has been extirpated — by augmenting numbers through reintroduction.
Approximately 90 percent of all plant and animal species found in Madagascar are endemic, including the lemurs ( a type of prosimian primate ), the carnivorous fossa and many birds.
The island is home to around 170 palm species ( 165 of which are endemic ), three times as many as on mainland Africa.
Habitat destruction and hunting have threatened many of Madagascar's endemic species or driven them to extinction.
The water, along with rapidly changing topography, is responsible for the creation of microhabitats which offer a wide range of organisms, many of them endemic.
A prerequisite for achieving many of these worthwhile objectives is curtailing endemic corruption, which stymies development and taints Nigeria's business environment.
A widespread endemic disease that is stable in terms of how many people are getting sick from it is not a pandemic.
Measles is an endemic disease, meaning that it has been continually present in a community, and many people develop resistance.
Rosaceae have a cosmopolitan distribution ( found nearly everywhere except for Antarctica ), but there are many more species endemic to the temperate northern hemisphere than anywhere else.
Invasive species originated from the Red Sea and introduced into the Mediterranean by the construction of the canal have become a major component of the Mediterranean ecosystem, and have serious impacts on the Mediterranean ecology, endangering many local and endemic Mediterranean species.
Tanzania is also home to 130 amphibian and over 275 reptile species, many of them strictly endemic and included in the IUCN Red Lists of different countries.
It uncovered endemic corruption practices at the highest levels, causing many spectacular ( and sometimes controversial ) arrests and resignations.
Studies mostly cite the causes of death due to starvation or as caused ( ultimately by the lack-of-food induced ) weakening of resistance to endemic diseases which repeatedly reached epidemic proportions amongst the general Central European population — the German states were the battle ground and staging areas for the largest mercenary armies theretofore, and the armies foraged amongst the many provinces stealing the food of those people forced onto the roads as refugees, or still on the lands, regardless of their faith and allegiances.
It is feared that these new hydroelectric dams could lead to the extinction of many of the fish species that are endemic to the river.
The fermentation theory of disease is the ( now obsolete ) concept that many diseases, including the diseases which were " epidemic, endemic and contagious ", owe their origin to the presence of a " morbific principle " in the system, acting in a manner analogous to, although not identical with, the process of fermentation.
The Balearic endemic Lilford's Wall Lizard ( Podarcis lilfordi ) can be found on many of the offshore islands.
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In endemic communities, approximately 10 percent of women can be affected with swollen limbs and 50 percent of men can suffer from mutilating genital disease.
Intermittent preventive therapy aimed at treating and preventing malaria episodes among pregnant women and young children is one public health measure in endemic countries.
The distinctive feature of Jeep is an endemic disease which kills all men ( and some women ) who contract it.
However, in most endemic areas, adult women are the most severely affected by anemia, mainly because they have much higher physiological needs for iron ( menstruation, repeated pregnancy ).