Bangladesh is located at a unique juxtaposition of the sprawling, composite, interlinked Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna river system. The river is the second largest river in the world, with an area of 1, 086,000 from the republic of China. It also passes through Nepal and India; the length of the river makes the area have diverse ecosystem. The river also makes the
nation experience frequent floods, which sabotage the key economic sector in the nation, which is agriculture. Over 70% of the population of the country wholly depends of on natural resource, which are forests and wetlands. This makes resident dwell in poverty following the statistics that over 53% of the population living in the rural area live below the poverty line; 37% of those living in the urban areas also live in poverty. This literature will expound on reporting the impact of poverty, and crime in Bangladesh to the secretary general of the united nation as it is through such bodies that we can transform the nation (Reis, & Moore, 2005).
Crime is a common vice in every community but the effects of the crime differs from society to society. Bangladesh is one of the most world's highest populated nations with a population of over 160 million people. This means that there are high chances of having unruly
populated in different centers of the nation. In reference with the current reports on crimes in Bangladesh, it is evident that there is a need to take an immediate step as it is discouraging investors from investing in a nation with high level of insecurity (Shanty & Mishra, 2008). The country in the recent year is experiencing every form of crime.
[...] A population over 100,000 gets involved in trafficking hard and soft drugs; this is a loss to the country as the young people in such business could be doing more constructive assignment which would improve their life as well as build the economy of the country (Reis, & Moore, 2005). Between 2001 and 2003, there were over 10,331 reported homicide cases. This reduces 3 interaction among citizen; this is a threat to the economy of the country as there can never be free movement of human resources. Bangladesh is also in the fore line in pirating software. This is one the key changes all around the world as it creates a basis from tax evasion abuse of other people's skills and knowledge. [...]
[...] It should also mobilize nations which transact with Bangladesh to fight the crime as this is a threat to the youths who are crucial in economic change. Bibliography Kabir, E., Bhowmick, R., Nasreen, B., & News Network (Organization : Bangladesh). (2005). Extremism in Bangladesh: Poverty is the root cause. Dhaka: NewsNetwork. Reis, E., & Moore, M. (2005). Elite perceptions of poverty and inequality. London [u.a.: ZED Books. Shanty, F., & Mishra, P. [...]
[...] The level of poverty is also responsible for crimes in the country. This is because a particularly high population of the youth are idle and do not have anything to do in their file. They are forced by circumstances to find means of generating income to make ends meet. Housing is also a problem resulting from poverty in the country. It is one of the countries 4 with poor housing as there are little finances to fund such sectors in the economy. [...]
[...] Poverty in Bangladesh Following the statistics that this is one of the poorest nations in the world, the country has to wholly depend on international help to meet its needs. Annual poverty reduction is by one percent meaning that the country is facing a lot of challenges in its state of poverty. In reference to the reports released by World Bank in the recent past, the country's population of over 47% is dwelling in poverty. One of the key effects is this status is poor education, where BANGLADESH ENVIRONMENT, CRIME, AND DISEASE over 80% of the population living in the rural areas have no access to education. [...]
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