The central social problem facing these countries is inadequate housing and sanitation. Many of its people live in slums, which are characterized by substandard housing and sanitation (Ambrosio, 2009).
Neoliberal economic reforms refer to significant economic policies adopted by many countries to boost trade and promote the role of private sectors in the economy (Ambrosio, 2009). Some of these policies are economic liberalization, privatization of government parastatals and encouraging open markets amongst trading blocks
Some of the key environmental issues facing third world countries include deforestation, soil erosion, and water pollution through wastages from farms and factories and desertification caused by rapid cut down of trees by illegal charcoal burners (Lahneman, 2004).
Climate change is one of the key causes of water problem facing the world. The change has caused severe reduction in river run off and recharge. Green revolution has also caused depletion of ground water, degradation of water and shrinking of large lakes and inland sea.
Indian leaders have initiated a way to ensure corruption practices are contained through approving the implementation of various strong legal measures (Lahneman, 2004).The enactment of RTI has provided a mechanism by which Indian citizens can keep their government official accountable.
Though president Obama statements after Honduran coup criticized the coup leaders and were against the coup, his government went ahead and supported the coup regime in Honduran to succeed (Lahneman,2004).This implies that his administration still fund repression and denial of human rights hence call for opposition.
The secret of people power’s success is clear. A tyrannical government can kill two or even a thousand people, but this cannot kill the urge of change started by more than a hundred thousand plus people (Ambrosio, 2009). So at a given point though it has machinery,