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I think this raises the question of: Is it the government’s responsibility, the community’s responsibility, the local businesses responsibility, or the outside nations responsibility to take action. We have to ask what sort of corruption is happening in the nation because of the lack of education, and does the community and government see a need for change? All of these questions lead me to say that we, as educated people, see a problem and a need in people that do not have what we have, but what if they are okay with that?

Statistically, nations suffer greatly when their people are uneducated, but the turn around of that is near impossible. From my perspective it has to be the outreach of the local government that pleads for help from the outside nations.


About brummettshea8

I am a student at UNT. I graduate in December with a degree in Development and Family Studies. I am a personal trainer and intern at Irving Bible Church and I work with the student ministry there.
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