Tuesday, 19 June 2012
Improvements in health, education and trade are essential for the development of poorer nations. However, the government of richer nations should take more responsibility for helping the poorer nations in such areas.
To what extent do you agree or disagree with this point?
277 words, 33 minutes (after self corrections)
Around the world are big difference between developed world and poor countries; however the essential keys of improve the last once are working in health, education and trade. It is possible that with help from richer nations, developing countries could reach better life conditions; but I am not sure there is an easy answer, and it is necessary to think deeply about it before giving an opinion.
Countries with high standard of living could have a chance to offer some tools and support to countries which are below the poverty line in order to encourage better health facilities, higher literacy rates and good wages for people. This kind of help would be a great input for the whole world.
On the other hand, it is common that the poverty in countries is not related to lake of resources or help; on the contrary, most of developing nations have lots of natural richness and they tend to make bad decisions at the moment to manage them. To make things worse, they are used to feeling the government of wealthy nations as nemesis of them.
From my point of view, every case is different and even if countries with better standard of living have more opportunities to help others nations, it is not their obligation. I am not expert, but I believe that it depends on each specific country and its interests.
In conclusion, though the world conduction is a responsibility of all (rich and poor) each country should be able to look for better ways to improve their people lifestyle, and only in some case when nations have a clear intention, the developed world have to help others.