Saturday, January 23, 2010

Cities in the World that you will not want to live in

In this world there are many places that are too risky if you live in or make it a place to live. The high air pollution, poor facilities such as clean water supply, drainage, until the chaos-chaos due to Genk battle between drug and also prolonged the war brothers. Note course, do not let you stray up to these cities.

1. Dharavi
Stretches more than 175 hectares between Mahim and Sion, Dharavi emerged as the largest slum in Asia and is inhabited by more than 600,000 residents. Dharavi has a rival in Orangi Town in Karachi, Pakistan which is very wide and full of garbage. Dharavi described clearly as a cheap pocket in the middle of Mumbai is an expensive city, where you can stay here with the cheap, just 4 U.S. dollars per month.
Strangely, Dharavi was also a place for various small-scale industries such as pottery, embroidered garments, leather and plastic equipment. Even that can not be trusted, the total net income from Dharavi population nearing 650 million dollars. But Dharavi is not a paradise - clean water supply and toilet facilities was very bad, especially during high tide and an unhealthy environment is threatening the population's health.

2. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Located in the district of São Conrado and Gávea in Rio de Janeiro, Rocinha in Portuguese means that small farms is the largest slum or "favela" in South America. His position on the edge of the hill in the distance of one kilometer from the beach, Rocinha was once a small village that grew rapidly into a crowded ghetto. But you will see a little bit better than the others because the buildings here are made of brick and equipped with water supply, sanitation, and other public facilities.

3. Kibera in Nairobi, Kenya
Kibera, meaning 'forest' in the Nubian language, is home to one million people, and is the largest slum in all of Africa. Most who live here are renters who do not have the right to live in huts made of clay and owned by landlords who took over Kibera. Each hut inhabited even up to 8 people
Only 20% of Kibera who have electricity and clean water supply is not regular. Water sources used here also contains the germs of cholera and typhoid because of the condition of poor drainage. Not to mention the threat of AIDS and the absence of government in dealing with medical facilities. The situation worsened by habits people here drink called 'changaa'.
With high unemployment and drinking habits to make high crime here. Drugs that were readily available cheap, and even some habits of inhaling glue fumes (glue) to get drunk. Unwanted pregnancy was common and a high abortion rate also. So, do not ever come over here!

4. Linfen, China
Located right in the heart of the city of Shanxi province in China which is a coal mining center and is one of the highest pollution levels in the world. The air in this town filled with dust and smoke had blocked the view. Approximately 3 million people who live here every day to consume water that contains arsenic, not to mention the air they breathe is polluted due to motor vehicles due to gas-and other toxic gases. You will immediately smell the scent is not pleasant when you enter the city due to the amount of overflowing water everywhere.
River that flows in the kotapun polluted by oil. No wonder people here are much use in high-risk cancer. The trees in the city described the program as bleak city. It seems this city is the last city of choice on earth if you want to send the troops or war in here ...

5. Kabwe, Zambia
Accumulation of lead and cadmium in the former British colony has been high since the discovery in 1902 when Zambia was known sabagai tin-rich country. Although mining here was closed and no longer operating the service, Kabwe residents face the threat of lead toxicity for several decades. Blood tests in children showed a concentration of 5 to 10 times the normal threshold. Recently, the World Bank have poured funds to overcome this.

6. Chernobyl, Ukraine
Former Chenobyl Nuclear Reactor
Apartment after exposure to severe radiation
Talk threat of pollution and toxins nothing more terrifying than a nuclear reactor accident at Chernobyl that caused 5.5 million people facing the threat of thyroid cancer. The accident on 26 April 1986 resulted in the volume of radiation and its effect 100 times greater than the atomic bomb on Horshima and Nagasaki. Horror continues as thousands of Russian, Ukrainian, and Belarus who lives nearby can not escape from the radiation.

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