Poverty in Third World Countries

1654 Words Oct 17th, 2012 7 Pages
Helping poor people is ethical behavior and everyone should do it in order to continue our lives. Every year, there are millions of people at risk of going hungry. There are ways people can end poverty all around the world. People can eliminate poverty if we work together to fight it and avoid selfishness. Rich countries often give financial aid to poor countries, but it does not solve poverty. People always say they feel sorry for poor people and the rich love them, but they never do their part. People do not prevent themselves from buying things that are not necessary to them. That money could be donated to people who are in need of it. There are many people in rich countries living a luxurious life, while others in poor countries are …show more content…
The reason is they are trouble to acquire a job without a home address. Furthermore, most of businessmen think that the homeless are untrustworthy people, which become another obstacle, for them to change their life situations. Also, their lack of education becomes a main reason of their problems to find a job. The homeless have been dubbed the outcasts of society. On the other hand, many of the homeless could obtain jobs, but they chose not to. The reason is they always find help from some organizations and individuals, which makes them lazier. The best thing organizations could do with the homeless, organizations give them money and foods and likewise make them contribute in organizations, which gives the homeless opportunities to live normal lives. Indeed, the public should do something, because the homeless are a large part of our society. The public must work together to end their suffering as much as possible. In the essay “The Singer Solution to World Poverty,” by Peter Singer illustrates that the main idea of how we can end the homeless problems by saying that American people spend almost one third of their income on things not important to them. Additionally, Singer claims that “By his calculation, $200 in donations would help a sickly two- years-old transform into a healthy six year old, offering safe passage through childhood's most dangerous year.” the government must give the homeless new
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