In addition, developed countries have prestigious universities that educate their citizens.This is an advantage because education is essential in producing good leaders that will manage their country.Although giving cash and food might only solve short term problems these problems must not be overlooked.
On the other hand, some people feel that poor countries should learn to help themselves and it is not the responsibility of rich nations to help them.
If poor countries continually accept food and money they might become lazy and expect hand-outs.
It has been thought by many that rich nations are getting richer while poor countries are getting poorer.
There are several causes that could explain this highly divisive issue.
First of all, the wealth of rich countries is not only in money but also in knowledge.
Thus rich countries can help teach poorer nations to help themselves.
Moreover, poor countries that learn the methods of rich nations might be viewed as followers with inferior capabilities.
The traditions of poor countries might be disposed of to make more for more modern and developed methods.
In this way poor nations can become stronger, in the long run.
Moreover, some poor countries need aid immediately.