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Can the U.N. prescribe a plan for global health due to a rising population and increasing demand on energy and resources and if so, how?
The United Nations is an organization, started after World War II, to give nations a forum for discussion and compromise, using humanitarian relief and education as a way to help. It is not an extension of any one government, but is an entity unto itself. It provides assistance to the developing and under-developed nations of the world in many different ways. The help given by the United Nations (U.N.) is very much needed. Although some problems can simply be voted on and resolved, most take billions of dollars. Global health care issues, such as malnutrition,...