Food Equity

Food equity

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Food Equity by Mind Map: Food Equity

1. Malnutrition

1.1. weakened bones

1.2. Kidney and immune system failure due to development of dangerous toxins in the liver

1.3. Unhealthy heart

1.4. Skin problems

2. Gender inequality

2.1. Women produce more of the world's food than men yet receive less of the following:

2.1.1. Education

2.1.2. Wealth/Money

2.1.3. Fair wages

2.1.4. technology

2.1.5. credit

2.1.6. Access to world wide markets

2.2. 60% of the world's hungry, are women.

2.3. Women in Ethiopia, specifically Likimsi are responsible for water gathering

3. Hunger

3.1. 1 in 7 people on the planet go hungry

3.2. People who are chronically hungry, are undernourished

3.2.1. As a result they are weak

3.2.2. tired

3.2.3. poor concentration

3.2.4. difficult to work

3.2.5. difficult to study

3.3. Problems in the countryside (where most of the hungry are)

3.3.1. Solution: Boost the rural economy

4. War

5. Famine

6. Water

6.1. Lack of access to constant and safe water

6.1.1. Disease

6.1.2. Less ability to grow crops/food

6.1.3. Factories close

6.1.4. Crop yields decline

6.1.5. sick workers = unproductive

6.1.6. Fisheries might be destroyed

7. Education or lack thereof

7.1. If people are working instead of going to school, they will not learn to read (illiteracy)

7.1.1. Poor food choices

7.1.2. May not learn to cook

7.2. Poor food choices

7.3. Less skilled, thus less money and less access to employment

8. Food availability

8.1. Urban:

8.1.1. Time poor = fast food = unhealthy choice of food

8.1.2. Plenty of choice of food

8.1.3. Easy access to food

8.2. Remote country area of Australia

8.2.1. Limited food supplies

8.2.1.1. Not as much fresh food

8.2.2. Reliant on supermarkets

8.2.3. If indigenous, in some states your food may not be your choice (ie NT. Intervention/food vouchers

8.2.4. More expensive food costs

8.3. Remote area, Developing country

8.3.1. Lack of rain so crops are poor

8.3.2. lack of money, so not many food choices

8.3.3. Have to choose between eating your animals, or trying to get them to breed so you have more

9. Globalisation

10. Natural Disasters

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11.4.2.1. Personal Todo List

11.4.2.2. Vacation Planning

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11.4.3.1. Offline Mode

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11.4.3.3. Email & SMS Gateways

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12. People with disabilities

12.1. Depending on circumstance may have less:

12.1.1. Education

12.1.2. choice of food

12.2. May not be mobile

12.2.1. Less access to fresh food

12.2.2. May have to rely on others to bring in food

13. Alcohol and Drug users

13.1. May not have Money to buy food

13.2. May be under the influence so not making correct food choices

13.3. amphetamine users may suffer from malnutrition, as might Ecstasy users

14. Elderly people

14.1. May not be mobile

14.1.1. Less access to food

14.1.2. May rely on Meals on Wheels

14.2. At further risk of poor food equity if they suffer from the following:

14.2.1. Parkinson's Disease

14.2.2. Alzheimer's Disease

14.2.3. after effects of a stroke

14.2.4. housebound due to a bone/hip fracture

14.2.5. difficulty chewing/swallowing

14.2.6. socially isolated

14.2.7. Small income

15. Indigenous Australians

15.1. Destruction of the traditional lifestyle, and adoption of western diet had the following health risks:

15.1.1. Obesity

15.1.2. diabetes

15.1.3. hypertension

15.1.4. coronary heart disease

15.1.5. dental cavities

16. People on low income/Unemployed

16.1. New study shows may go without food regularly

16.2. Rent and energy bills are fixed costs, and essentials.

16.2.1. Food is not always considered to be an essential

17. People who are Homeless or Displaced

17.1. lack of income

17.2. irregular meals

17.3. hostels may not always provide food

17.4. Refugee camp

18. Chronically ill People and People with dementia