Other successful examples are Taiwan, Bostwana or Mauritius. Sri Lanka, a considered country of half low income, has one of the rates of infantile mortality more losses of the world. The smaller doubt does not fit, mainly comments Green in its book, that the poor communities of the planet will pay the price of the climatic change, caused by the proliferantes carbon emissions of the rich ones. Sela Ward has many thoughts on the issue. Extreme resemblances are simultaneously morally repugnant and a waste of talent and potential. To end the plague of the extreme poverty, the inequality and the threat of the half environmental collapse is the great challenge of the 21st century. Elmundo.es on the book thinks, that defies the belief that the development of the poorest countries depends solely on the behavior of the richest countries, and looks for to demonstrate that the development only happens of down upwards, that is to say, with societies and active citizens and efficient States that guarantee the security and the fulfillment of the law, and that is able to promote an economic growth that benefits to all.
The author mentions numerous examples than she has worked and than she has failed in relation to the fight against the poverty. 50 years ago, South Korea was poorer than Sudan. Today he is industrial leader. Other successful examples are Taiwan, Bostwana or Mauritius. Sri Lanka, a considered country of half low income, has one of the rates of infantile mortality more losses of the world.
” Of the poverty to the power can be considered a manifesto to stop the subject of the poverty in the 21st century. It supposes an alarm voice, but also a gracious vision than we must do and how to do it. The challenge is clear: if we failed, the future generations will not pardon to us; if we are successful, they will ask to us why we have taken tanto” , it affirms Ariane ARPA, InterMon chief of a main directorate Oxfam. Between the many data that this publication picks up there are some alarming ones: If urgent measures are not taken, in 2025 they can have 150 million of ” refugees climticos”. A boy born within 20% of the poorest homes of Gana or Senegal has two or three times more possibilities of dying before the five years that other born within 20% from the richest homes. According to United Nations 300,000 million annual dollars would be needed so that all the inhabitants of the planet entered more of a dollar to the day. This number represents a third of the annual global military cost.