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Health Care in Third World Countries In many third world countries disease and hunger are not only existent but also a way of life Disease and hunger happen in these countries because of natural disasters and of epidemics that in our culture would be treated immediately Due to economic problems shortage of educated medical workers and supplies to repair damages the populations of some third world countries are left hungry sick wounded or dead Imagine the devastation of being without shelter clean drinking water or food amidst the worst hurricane of the last two centuries Imagine one having violent fevers due to the body being invaded with parasites caused by a vicious disease and being without medical care for as long as two years Imagine the disparity and helplessness of watching a child withering away after contracting AIDS and watching it die from pain illness or malnutrition Many third world countries suffer from such problems but health care and services are neither available to them nor existent In these cases outside sources such as relief groups humanitarian organizations and wealthy countries step in to care for these countries As it was an awesome display of power and destruction Hurricane Mitch will be remembered as the deadliest hurricane in the western hemisphere in the last two centuries Hurricane Mitch was at its worst when it struck Central America it was so vicious it took nearly a week before the magnitude of the storm finally began to move out of the area Having lost an estimated eleven thousand people observers reported that it would take years for Central America to recover from the devastation of the hurricane It was also reported that over two million people were displaced in the disaster The
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