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Even when poor countries get help from rich countries, hunger is still an issue. Discuss probable causes and solutions. Give reasons for your answer and include relevant examples from your own knowledge and experience.
Write at least 250 words.
Affluent countries are often seen helping the underprivileged countries by various means, primarily focusing on poverty eradication. Yet, poverty remains in those countries. There are two basic reasons behind this, and solutions for the same are very much practical.
The most fundamental reason behind this crisis is corruption. To be precise, the poor nations often fail to have a strong administrative system for the smooth flow of the arriving resources to the most needed population. Even those who are in the administrative services are corrupt and the aids, mostly financial, get stagnated in the middle: with the bureaucrats. Eventually, the beneficiaries of the foreign help in those countries would be a very thin population.
Another prominent reason is that these types of overseas help set a hindrance to the population of the poor countries to become self-sufficient. To be clear, the receiving end feels that they are eligible to get these types of aids and they hardly work hard. Instead of working in their social circle to create an independent economy, the skilled population in these countries try to migrate to affluent countries for employment, pushing their own country to a more serious economic recession, which results in the same situation: hunger.
Turning to the solution, the first is the establishment of international organizations in the local level, which can ensure the safe transfer of resources to the most needed population in such nations. The second is the need of a strong and determined government in such countries to plan and implement a strong legislation, which boosts the economy.
To conclude, though the responsibility of this crisis lies with the poor administration of these countries, solutions to the issue can be made effective with the co-operation of both domestic and international administrations.
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