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Rich countries often give financial aid to poor countries, but it does not solve the poverty problems, so rich counties should give other types of help to poor countries rather than financial aid. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
It seems like a practice for developed countries to help their poor counterparts out of poverty. However, I think it is ineffective for less developed countries if they rely on financial assistance, and other kinds of help are therefore required other than the economic one.
Undeniably，this action would help the impoverished countries in the short term. In fact, without any investments, it would be impossible for the authorities to take practical actions to satisfy the basic needs of their people, who are in danger of suffering from starvation. There is a strong motivation for people there to have the living standard raised. Billions of dollars are raised annually to help African countries, but the achievement is minor.
There are other aspects of greater importance to deal with the problem of the poverty-stricken countries. The most significant ones are education and healthcare, so appointing professionals (e.g. Educators and doctors) to these nations is more likely to develop highly skilled persons suitable to their real situations. In this case, some impoverishment-related diseases such as malnourishment, rarely inflict these people any longer. Being physically well-being and competent, they are able and confident enough to drag themselves out of desperate situations.
Furthermore, modern technology plays an essential part as well. Should they be given aid technologically, not only do the employees get their work efficiency boosted and workload reduced, but also the companies could pay the least cost and at the same time make the same and probably higher profits. And the primary advantage for workers is that they probably have a greater chance to earn higher salaries.
In conclusion, giving financial help to those underdeveloped countries is unproductive. I think the essential method to address the poverty problem is the investment in improving both education and