The overuse of these sites on a daily basis has many negative effects on the physical and mental health of students making them lethargic and unmotivated to create contact with the people in person. The parents should check and balance on their children when they use the internet. They should be on guard whether they are using it for appropriate time period or not. The peers and teachers should also help students make them aware of the negative effects and explain what they are losing in the real world by sticking to these social networking sites.
Successful tourism relies on establishing a basic infrastructure, such as roads, visitor centers and hotels. The cost of this usually falls on the government, so it has to come out of tax revenues. Jobs created by tourism are often seasonal and poorly paid, yet tourism can push up local property prices and the cost of goods and services. Money generated by tourism does not always benefit the local community, as some of it leaks out to huge international companies, such as hotel chains. Destinations dependent on tourism can be adversely affected by events such as terrorism, natural disasters and economic recession.
In 2015, 53 percent of refugees worldwide originated from Somalia, Afghanistan, and Syria.  In a Global Trends Report by the UNHRC, approximately 65 million people around the world have been forced from their home.  Out of this number, million are refugees, over half of the demographic under the age of 18.  Some of the top countries absorbing these displaced peoples are Pakistan ( million), Lebanon ( million), and Turkey ( million). In times of violence, people are displaced from their homes and seek places where they are welcome, periodically meeting places they are not welcome.