Helping Countries During This Financial Crisis

Helping Countries During This Financial Crisis

High prices for fuel and food combined with the world’s financial crisis are a triple hit that threatens the survival of the poorest people among them are millions of children. Children suffer great consequences from long term economic shocks and many do not fully recover. They suffer from malnutrition as a result of high food prices. This is a lost potential that will never be regained. This financial crisis is becoming a human crisis.

This will have ill effects the economy. Developed countries should interfere. They should help weaker countries that are slowly slipping to the edge. Crisis demands a quick response. In the poorest countries, one event can tip the balance from gaining ground to falling behind. The crisis in food and fuel hit the poorest economies. We work with other crisis to prepare for crisis. When emergencies strike, we respond.  When the financial crisis erased savings, jobs, and security other countries step in to support economic stability by committing recovery efforts.