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Efficacy of Aid in Africa: Why it has Failed and How it can be Fixed
Amani Children’s Village serves as an example of the flaws in the charitable aid system in which money flows directly to an organization through donations in the classic NGO format. The difficulties seen in terms of Amani, ...
Disaster Aid in Pakistan: An Opportunity for Maternal and Child Health Reform
This paper first examines the health concerns in Pakistan before and after the 2010 flooding and then proposes a model for meeting Pakistan’s most severe health needs. The model emphasizes supporting the goals and requirements ...
Malaria as a Cause of Poverty: Poverty as a Contributor to Malaria
Malaria remains to be a huge problem in developing countries. We cannot ignore this problem as we try to eradicate global poverty. Malaria causes a downward spiral of poverty without effective interventions. It causes huge ...
The HIV/AIDS Epidemic and Poverty: A Human Perspective
The three countries (Costa Rica, El Salvador, and Jamaica) bear testamony to the importance of the health system and provided real world examples of how the AIDS epidemic exploits a nation’s shortcomings on a variety of ...