Essay by Luke Foster
“My religion is very simple. My religion is kindness.” Dalai Lama
If all the worlds members of the United Nations give three billion each to Doctors Without Borders then that shall make a huge dent in world poverty in the developing world. Some countries are so dangerous in Africa that only the bravest aid workers go there.
“Our world faces many grave challenges: Widening conflicts and inequality. Extreme weather and deadly intolerance. Security threats – including nuclear weapons. We have the tools and wealth to overcome these challenges. All we need is the will.” Antonio Guterres
Antonio is head of the United Nations and is doing a fantastic job and the members of the UN can do a lot if they listen to his wise advice.
There should be better wages and conditions for aid workers and better security.
There should be scholarships for the top twenty universities for developing world doctors and psychological profiling for these doctors.
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus is doing a fantastic job as the leader of the World Health Organization and should be consulted so the money is not frittered a way by corruption.
“There can be no doubt: partnership and collaboration are a critical way forward to support country leadership in addressing the overlapping challenges and crises that are preventing millions of women, children and adolescents to survive and thrive.”
- Dr Juan Pablo Uribe, Global Director for Health, Nutrition and Population, World Bank and Director, Global Financing Facility for Women, Children and Adolescents
“What you know today can affect what you do tomorrow. But what you know today cannot affect what you did yesterday.” Condoleezza Rice
Condoleezza Rice is an excellent diplomat to make sure none of the aid goes to corruption.
“It’s fine to celebrate success but it is more important to heed the lessons of failure.” Bill Gates
Bill Gates is also an excellent scholar and savvy CEO to be consulted so none of the money is frittered away by corruption.
“I never, ever grew up as a young woman believing that my gender would stand in the way of doing anything I wanted.” Jacinda Ardern
Jacinda as the Prime Minister of New Zealand is doing a great job as one the western worlds best and youngest leaders and should also be consulted on how to overcome these immense problems.