Shelter and food are human rights. They are essential for our survival and well-being. Depriving someone of these basic necessities is a crime under international human rights law. No one should go hungry or homeless.
There are many reasons why people might be deprived of shelter or food. Some people are born into poverty and have no way to earn a living. Others are victims of war, natural disasters, or other forms of violence. Still others are simply unable to afford the basic necessities of life.
Whatever the reason, it is a tragedy when people are deprived of shelter or food. It can lead to malnutrition, disease, and even death. It can also have a devastating impact on a person’s physical and mental health.
There are many things that can be done to help people who are homeless or hungry. We can donate to charities that provide food and shelter. We can volunteer our time to help those in need. We can also advocate for policies that will help to ensure that everyone has access to the basic necessities of life.
It is important to remember that everyone deserves to have a safe place to live and enough food to eat. These are basic human rights that should be guaranteed to everyone, regardless of their circumstances.