Most of the developing countries have engaged in ways of overcoming the level of poverty. As a result, they have requested for financial aids from developed countries and other institutions such as the World Bank and International Monetary Fund. Such help has managed some of the countries work towards getting out of poverty. However, other countries have mismanaged the fund from institutions and hence led to rising of even more challenges such as increased debt. Hence, it is clear that sometimes-financial assistance does not yield the necessary result. Giving money to poor people and country does not yield a result as it only leads to more poverty, overpopulation, and environmental degradation. policy change and better planning can only achieve the solution.Giving money to poor people will not help due to their ever-rising population of needy people. In most of the poor people and countries, the underlying problems are not lack of money but rather an ever-rising population. The effect is an increase in the number of poor people. The increase also means the challenge of poverty is adequately passed to the next generations. Garrett Hardin, who is a professor note, most of the population in the poor nations have been doubling every thirty-five years more than twice as fast as the rich nations (Hardin 780) [C]. The effect means that offering financial support will lead to increased birth in poor nations. The increased population will mean that there will be the increased competition of the resources available for the nations offering assistance. If the competition arises, it will mean that there will be a rise in the number of poor people [A].
This will go against the goals of offering money to reduce the number of poor people in different parts of the world. Hence, the solution is not in offering money but in ensuring that there is the adoption of policies that will help in reducing over-reproduction in poor countries.