Nowadays, the number of people who are struggling from financial problems is noticeably increasing. The economic crisis has brought people to lose their jobs, lose their properties and previous lifestyle.
The crisis has not only affected the poor but the wealthy as well. With this kind of situation, people are in a state called depression. The world is experiencing the domino effect where the big corporations bog down all the way to the minimum wage workers. Everybody is a victim.
This is why everything lies in the hands of one country’s government. Many poor are relying on the government’s funds on how to support them. The problem is, the government’s fund still isn’t enough. Because of this, rich people such as celebrities, elites and philanthropists come into the scene and offer help through donating to charities.
But with all the reports of how many billions of dollars are given away for the aid of the poor, the number of these people is still not improving. They are still suffering from hunger and poverty. This brought many to question, “what happened with all those money?”
So I thought why not highlight where most of the money goes in a timely report? This will enable to inform everyone from the donors to the taxpayers if there money was used for good.
There is a sample report in www.startup-poor.com called “Are the “rich” a waste of money?”. It highlights the problems of money funding and suggests solutions on how the poor can be helped as the current development aid industry is largely ineffective. The report also offers an alternative which involves new media and social protocols giving the poor some means to enter world markets with no capital needed.
The report that highlights the problems of funding will be ready in a few weeks but the system the poor (or any one) can use is detailed and available now. This idea is revolutionary but has been beta tested. Please read the report "The revolution: How the "rich" gift the poor the means to enter world markets, downloaded from www.startup-poor.com/reports.
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