Peruvian State Live

Posted By on May 27, 2013

Much is is speaking in Peru of economic takeoff, the boom in finance, economic growth, but little discussed the sad reality of a village abandoned by the Peruvian State in the walk. We’re talking about a people who live in poverty, misery, despite their enormous wealth. Apurimac Department whose etymology of his name in Quechua means: God who speaks, was created on April 28, 1872 and since then abandoned, forgotten by successive democratic Governments and dictatorial in Peru. 27, Live in the province of El Progreso, 574 inhabitants, its capital is Chuquibambilla. According to denunciations of its inhabitants, there are people that continuously threaten them so they leave the place, so they relocated because they want to make mining exploration there. The settlers claim that there is no hospital in his town, there is no urban sanitation, people live in huts, happens very hungry. Apurimac villagers are mostly farmers.

Poverty and neglect in which are found, as well as lack of education and few opportunities for development, generate a circle vicious in which malnutrition is one of the most serious consequences. The bulk of the peasants are farmers of subsistence, mini parcel. These families are in a situation of poverty and extreme poverty because what they produce does not reach to survive a large percentage of children under five years, especially those who live in communities more poor and isolated country have already discovered the face of death, and those who managed to circumvent it ever will be normal children, since they may never use their physical and intellectual capacities to one hundred percent. The reason for such unjust diagnosis is called chronic malnutrition, and is generated by the lack of proteins and vitamins in your daily diet of these children. Once again, injustice falls on the most defenseless, the children of those communities suffer the consequences of ignorance, poverty and political neglect that have been exposed, their parents and grandparents for generations.

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