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How Can MEDC countries EFFECTIVELY help LEDC countries to a
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How Do MEDC's Help Now?
Giving aid to disaster victims
How do we plan to EFFECTIVELY help LEDC countries?
Examples: China, Malaysia
Less Economically Developed Country
Examples: Mexico, Jamaica
Examples: USA, Japan
Newly Industrialized Country
We plan to set up clinics around rural areas in LEDC countries.
If we can develop more, we will set up a bigger project which is building a hospital or educating students who are interested in medical studies.
To ensure the effectiveness and to maintain quality, we will employ our own (trained) nurses and doctors.
Sending food supplies
Supplying farming machinery
How did this help impact the LEDCs?
What should improve in LEDC countries?
Increase in economy
Maintains population growth
Decrease Mortality, Death Rate
Maintains a stable economy
Have students who are in the medical field train in hospitals
Medical items could be costly
Increase in taxes
LEDCs may not have enough money to pay for medical bills.
Health care system
Disaster aid system
Why should MEDC's help LEDC's?
To form an alliance between the two
To increase medical knowledge
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Increase literacy rate