Research into the Sudanese Famine ( 1998 - 2000 ). Include a discussion of the social , political and environmental conditions that contributed to the famine in whole or in part , a description of the extent of the famine, efforts that were made to alleviate human suffering and the extent to which they were successful.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 8:20 pm ad1c9bdddf
This famine had one natural cause: a two-year drought caused by El Niño. However, humanitarian relief would have greatly alleviated the suffering had not human agents intervened.
The current government is centered in Khartoum in the north of Sudan. The concentration of political power in the north of Sudan as led to many of the current problems. This has its roots in colonialism. "The British brought Northern Sudanese into the police, military, and bureaucracy, offering these posts as an incentive to Northern elites in order to induce them to defect from their loyalty to the Mahdi, who the British replaced. Because the Mahdi was never firmly established in the south, however, except for a few garrisons and the occasional raids, the British did not have the same incentive to educate, promote, and 'develop' Southern Sudanese and bring them into the state apparatus." 
This government is determined to establish a Muslim Arab state, which marginalizes non-Arabs and non-Muslims, who make up 60 percent and 40 percent respectively of the 27 million population, some ...
social , political and environmental conditions that contributed to the Sudanese famine of 1998 to 2000
Identify the major patterns of food production and their effect on crops and animals
You are a member of a panel that has been invited to Westmont College to discuss the causes of famine. Each member of the panel has been assigned to research one of the following famines so the panel can explore shared causes and discuss what can be done to prevent similar outbreaks in the future. As a small group, decide which members will take which topics.
The Irish "Potato Famine" of 1846-50
The Sahelian (Ethiopian) famine of 1984-85
The Sudanese famine (1998-2000)
The North Korean famine (ongoing)
Each individual presentation should include a discussion of the social, political and environmental conditions that contributed to the famine in whole or in part, a description of the extent of the famine, efforts that were made to alleviate human suffering and the extent to which they were successful.
Next, after all group members have read all small group papers, you will explore the topic as a panel on the small group discussion board. Each panel member should analyze/discuss on the board, the causes that many famines seem to share and systemic actions that can be taken by individual governments and international organizations to reduce the probability and/or severity of famines in the future.
Objective: Identify the major patterns of food production and their effect on crops and animals
Each of the topics for this assignment has a specific cause. Determine what the cause is, explain the cause, and explain what affects happen because of the cause