1) A recent UNICEF report on child mortality claimed that in poorer areas of the world like Sub-Saharan Africa, 1 child in 36 dies in the first month, while in the worldโs high-income countries the ratio is 1 in 333.
2) Less than half of rural populations (45%) in poorer parts of the world have the knowledge and resources to manage their own health by washing their hands with soap and water, a simple task that can reduce preventable (and in many cases, deadly) diseases by 40%.
3) People in wealthier parts of the world like Europe and the USA are expected to live 18 years longer, on average, than those born in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Make A Meal Plan.
If you plan your meals on a weekly or fortnightly basis, youโll save money by only buying the food you need for the next few days meals or by buying some ingredients in bulk (those that have a long shelf life). If you stick to your plan, youโll buy less unnecessary food and youโll also throw less stuff away because you havenโt used it before it went bad.
And if you plan well, your meals will hopefully end up being more nutritious and even contain less calories. So, youโll not only save money, youโll be more healthy and lose weight too.