Joel Savage en Lifestyle, Communications and journalism, Healthcare Freelance Journalist, writer and author • A MIXTURE OF PERIODICALS 21/9/2016 · 1 min de lectura · +300

IS CHILD RAISING TOUGHER THAN DELIVERY?

IS CHILD RAISING TOUGHER THAN DELIVERY?

Many children are homeless in Third World Countries without education and future


It is only a woman that can tell the pain she goes through during child delivery. Some women take off their rings from finger to throw at husbands, because of the pain they go through during child birth. After delivery, they take back the ring and put on the finger again.

Giving birth to a child isn't easy, yet there are so many motherless and fatherless children roaming the streets, especially in Third World Countries, including Africa.

If one does not really need a child, why should parents bring them into the world to suffer? Training and caring for children, in terms of feeding, clothing, education and health care, have never been a simple task. 

It is better for parents to prevent an unwanted pregnancy than to give birth to a child to become a menace to society. How can a child learn how to read when he or she is far from the classroom?

An Eastern University in America conducted a study on the impact made on children by various forces in the society. The study revealed that 31 percent of the influence on a child was attributed to his years, 16 percent came from his school and other organizations. While 53 percent of the impact on his life came from his home.

The duty of bringing up a child is surely the toughest task in the world and quite frankly, it takes knowledge and wisdom to raise up a child. The inability of parents to take proper care of their children has caused many children roaming the streets.

The neglected children sometimes grow up to be juvenile criminals and delinquents.
Parents that did not get the opportunity to be educated, may feel education is a waste of time, and therefore the child should be engaged in parents' trade.

IS CHILD RAISING TOUGHER THAN DELIVERY?

One of the roots to lack of education in Africa is child labour

In Africa and Asia, hundreds of children are said to be under bondage, working as slaves to defray the debts of their parents. Under some hardships, children are even forced to sell part of their body parts, such as kidney, to raise money for their parents.
In Brazil, children are sprayed by bullets, for the government to come and carry the dead youths from the street to reduce the child menace population. Is this a logical way to help a country to reduce street-child explosion? 
It shouldn't be a sort of embarrassment to Africans when someone says that "The reading standard in Africa is poor." It should rather be a challenge to us to remove that illiteracy affecting the growing children.

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