Can international organisations like IMF, World Bank, UN etc.help poor countries overcome poverty?
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No. Cannot. Unless these countries start to help themselves.
I'm afraid MyAlpha4Beta is right. As long as the government of this poor country doesn't help the people of this poor country, others can gif al the money of the world, it won't help.

People need education and tools to get things done. Untill they can help themself, other country's can help by feeding and providing them whit tools and educaded help.
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You are absolutely right Molly. One more thing I want to add here is the standards that can be observed in poor countries. The gap between the rich and the poor are very high and those considered as poor constitute most of the society. Even though poor are outnumbered they do not have any intention to change this absurdity.
For instance in my country poor people can approve and encourage those riding a Ferrari, without even thinking about owner of that car is most probably a smuggler or does not pay his tax properly.
no, the world isn't like that. Even Bill Gates can't help.

it is not that the people in the world are selfish, but in someway even if they help, there is no sure solution that that specific country can actually use it for their financial needs. Money doesn't circulate that way.

Even with all the money in the four corners of the building, it can't help.
no, the world isn't like that. Even Bill Gates can't help.

it is not that the people in the world are selfish, but in someway even if they help, there is no sure solution that that specific country can actually use it for their financial needs. Money doesn't circulate that way.

Even with all the money in the four corners of the building, it can't help.
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The major part of the responsibility lies with the Government. In most countries, eventhough they get aids from other countries, more than 3/4th of it goes into politician's pocket.So, what's the use of helping those poor countries.
So,unless the politicians don't play their part honestly, the aids won't help the poor countries.

praveen.
You have a point there Praveen.
I'm afraid that this is also the reason that people don't donate as much as they used to do. They realize that most of the collected money disappears in the wrong pockets.
It's a pitty but unfortunaly true.
It's not only a matter of declining donations I think. The first step to wiping out poverty is through education, before pumping in funds. You might be thinking that educating a starving kid will not do much good, but I'm afraid that people are realising that pouring money down a bottomless pitt into millions of famished stomachs will not make a tangible difference to their lives. When the death rate is so high the only possible outcome of providing food is the survival of more individuals rather than the bettering of standards of living. Raising a small family well rather than a huge one on the brink of destitution if not past it may sound like common sense to most people reading this post but 99% of the people who need to know this aren't able to read it. This is why I think that if donations are to be made, they should be channelled to a productive end - perhaps if progress is actually felt, more & more people will be motivated to contribute, who knows!
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