What can we do for the deprived children in the third world?
December 3, 2006 11:39pm CST
It is a big issue now a days in the third world. Child labour is banned in every country in the world but in the third world it is still a burning question. UNISEF and UN are trying a lot overcome this situation but it is not removed at all. What can be done or what measures should be taken.please suggest. And what should be the steps for the big countries to solve it?
• Hong Kong
1 Feb 07
Whatever UNICEF or UN are doing for the deprived children of third world countries are not yielding expected result due different attitude of local employees.Locals are not devoted in the manner donor countries are.When local employees are linked with politics,situation become worse.Foreign employer should look for a candidate who loves children irrespective of cast & creed.Childrens gloomy face must hurt him also & their smiling face make him smile.A candidate with CANCER sun sign may help upto great extent.Developed countries can do things whatever they are doing for deprived children in their own country.Local Embassy can play vital role in this area.If they are criticised,that will be much lesser than what they get for involving with political affairs.At least, they will be rewarded with warm smile from children.
7 Jan 07
empower the children not only giveing them food empower their mind dont give them a bunch of flower, give them a bag of flower seed and show them how to sow educate to librate do not spend money to provide food or halth care or water train them to do it for them selfs