The Right to Health of Indigenous People with a Focus on Women By (name) Student ID Course number Date Introduction Estimation by the United Nations which indicates that approximate 371 million people exist as indigenous people worldwide. The number of these people are distributed in about 70 nations. The diversity of the language among this indigenous people exist. Nevertheless the unlucky that occur commonly to all indigenous people is lack of their right to health services when compared to the people who are not indigenous1. In health status and many other health determinants discrepancies or gaps exist. Poverty is shown as the most prevalent that many indigenous people encounter as indicated by the study compared to the non-indigenous ones1. The factors that limit or pin indigenous people to extreme poverty are lack of education access indigenous economy destruction socio-political structure destruction conflicts the land degradation which is customary land huma right on health especially women of indigenous elimination of discrimination and considering political power redistribution in diverse and equal throught the world. References King M Smith A Gracey M. Indigenous health part 2: the underlying causes of the health gap. The Lancet. 2017; 9 (6):76-85. Miller AM. Sexuality violence against women and human rights: women make demands and ladies get protection. Health and Human Rights. 2012; 78(1):16-47. Ohenjo Nyang'ori Ruth Willis Dorothy Jackson Clive Nettleton Kenneth Good and Benon Mugarura. "Health of Indigenous people in Africa." The Lancet 2012; 23(5) 1937-1946. Reid P Robson B. Understanding health inequities. Hauora: Māori Standards of Health IV A study over the years. 2016; 39( 4):3-10. Stavenhagen R. Report of the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights and fundamental freedoms of indigenous people. Engaging the UN special rapporteur on indigenous people: Opportunities and challenges. Baguio City Philippines: TEBTEBBA Foundation. 2013; 56(6). [...]
RESEARCH PAPER INSTRUCTIONS For this assignment, choose a public health problem and investigate at least 2 different, current approaches to the problem from the peer-reviewed public health literature. Write a 7–10-page research paper that thoroughly covers the research you discovered. You must also identify these approaches and evaluate them against biblical and ethical standards. You may not use websites, Wikipedia, newspapers, or popular literature as sources for information. Include a reference page of at least 5 references from your updated annotated bibliography assignment and a cover page to include the following: title, name, student ID, course number, and date. Your paper must be in current AMA format. Include the following in your paper: • Importance of the problem with support from social, environmental, epidemiological, biostatistical, and administrative evidences. • Importance of community/population based interventions. • Solution to the problem based on your review of the evidences found. • Scripture to support the biblical worldview you include in your paper.