I. Background of the issue.
A. Main elements of the problem and history of the issue.
There are infectious diseases in every nation across the world. The diseases are worse in more areas than some, but they are still there. From the Black Death plague that swept the European countries in the 14th century, to common diseases like colds, and chicken pox. In addition, these developing countries do not have access to hospitals and medicine as easily as developed countries do. Consequently, over one billion people suffer from infectious diseases in developing countries, where the diseases are at its worst and the crux of the problem lays.
B. Actions Previously Taken
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These diseases are coming back because of mutability that each disease possesses.
II. YOUR country's position on the issue
A. What position does your country take?
Madagascar, at present, is being plagued by many diseases at the moment and its mangy appearance, rapidly becoming worse.. They are against the diseases. The infectious diseases are killing off Madagascar’s population with Hepatitis A, Hepatitis E, Typhoid fever, Malaria, Black Death, Yellow Fever, Japanese Encephalitis, African Trypanosomiasis, Cutaneous Leishmaniasis, and several Plagues. These are only a small number of the infectious diseases that threaten life on Madagascar. However, since the biodiversity is so large on Madagascar, the source of these diseases come from almost everywhere. In conclusion, it can come from respiration, air, water, dust, animals, and bug bites.
B. Suggestions for a solution
Madagascar suggests setting up more disease prevention centers, offer more vaccines, and obtain financial relief. It would help these developing countries immensely if there were sanitation stations set up across the nations. Also active teams of disease prevention could be set up, prepared, and ready to take action. Therefor, there would be teams of disease prevention ready to jump on these diseases and stop them before they spread. Madagascar wants to screen all new entrants, offer infectious diseases test regularly, and make sure patients are up to date with the UK...