Venezuelan children are fainting in school because they are hungry. Should the U.S. provide relief?

  • Yes, the U.S. should provide relief.

    Yes, the U.S. should provide relief because it is capable of helping in these situations. We should always help those less fortunate, and this situation is no different. The children should be able to get enough food in their systems. The United States has an obligation to protect all people.

  • Venezuelan Food Crisis

    It is truly so sad when a country's citizens are not getting enough to eat. This is a true food crisis and something needs to be done with the government or something. The U.S. cannot allow a whole country suffer through not having enough food, so much so that their children are fainting in school and not getting enough nutrition to be able to learn properly.

  • U.S. should do what they can to help starving children

    Yes, the U.S. should do what they can to help provide relief to starving children in Venezuela. It is a moral duty of the U.S. as well as other countries around the world to do what they can to ease suffering around the world. Food is a basic necessity and there is enough to go around.

  • The U.S. has more than enough resources to guarantee children don't go hungry.

    A child who is hungry can not focus his or her mind on learning. They are physically incapable of having clear thinking and problem solving abilities if their brains and bodily systems are not nourished properly. We, as a thriving, prosperous country, should provide as much relief as possible to these children so their futures can be better.

  • Should not be made a government issue.

    We as a country have many issues at home that need dealing with, if it was a problem we created, yes we should help, but its not. It is an issue and one that should be given help, however it should not be made a government issue. It should be something that is given attention and somewhere where donations and missions trips are sent.

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