Famine and Global Poverty: A Case of East Bengal

Poverty is an abject aspect that has exposed millions of the global population to sub-standard living conditions. In his article ‘Famine, Affluence, and Morality, Singer pledges to the rich countries to take steps to alleviate poverty and related facets in poor economies. He uses his country, East Bengal, to portray the negative impacts of poverty on local populations. Singer also states that humanitarian crises occur worldwide, and the moral duty is to help such people.

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