Monday, 2 June 2008 7:55 AM

Scavenging to Survive

It is sad to learn about the rapid increase of our future leaders scavenging to survive. The question is, what are the governments strategies to address such increasing means of survival? We can talk about development and other issues, but lack of addressing human resources in small things will create greater problems for our nation.

Therefore, before it is too late, parents, churches, NGOs and Government must try to address such problems. Children should not learn to survive through scavenging, as it will change their mentality to do extreme activities, which will ruin their future as well as the future of our nation.

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