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how hard it is to live in a developing country ?

its harder than any of you can imagine , living in a developing country is about a life time challenge , whether you will survive or not , with absence of security , absence of raw materials , absence of rules .. absence of everything that can lead to humanity .

people in these countries are classified to two classes : a very poor class and the rich one ,yes the middle class has disappeared or to be more accurate on its way to disappear ,prices keep rising every now and then ; incomes are insufficient at all , most of the people are having very low wages and salaries, only few are getting the highest incomes you can ever imagine in a developing country , so people have to work day and night just to provide their basic needs from food , clothes , enough money to pay for schools and colleges .. – and of course the level of education should be mentioned here , you will have the appropriate level of education according to your willingness to pay money – this is considered to be a main part of the unemployment problem , many applicants don’t meet the market’s criteria to be hired,

many graduates nowadays in countries like India and Egypt tend to work for outsourcing companies , just be able to speak a foreign language then you’ll be hired and work in a call center , which in fact might be a good solution as they are giving good salaries but the ugly truth is those graduates have paid so much money , effort and time in their education stages and they chose different majors hoping to work by these majors in the same field , i know many graduates who have studied law , engineering , and different medical fields and they ended up working in a call center .

beside all this , if you are wandering who is the most unlucky creature on earth : its women who live in developing countries .;









as a result of illiteracy women are treated unfairly in their countries , as we have heard recently about that sexual assault crime which happened in India  Young woman gang-raped in India died

also in Egypt we have been reading a lot these days about the increasing percentage of sexual harassment  Mona eltahawy speaking the guardian about sexual harassment in Egypt

men have turned into animals , once they see a woman in the streets they give themselves the right to assault this girl , it seems they are saying ” as long as she is all alone then its mine ” they are assuming that women are weak and they are not able to defend themselves , but fortunately they are not , women aren’t weak and they deal with those monsters very good , ” Fighting harassment in the streets “

stepping aside from sexual assaults , women are also suffering from rules , unlike women in developed societies many of them are not allowed to leave their parents house and live alone before marriage , many fight everyday for their right to travel abroad solo , its rare to find a woman traveler from a developing country ,

its so obvious that these developing societies are not able to face the fact and believe that women are just like men , we are in the 21st century there is no place for inequality any more.

on another hand , governments in developing world are not working for people , they are working for themselves , they tend to give speeches on how they are working so hard to have a better country , how they are fighting to provide everything to their people , but actually non of these governments took a step towards economic or social reform , unlike the Turkish government which took a very large steps in the economic reform , Turkish debts to IMF will be zero by may says the prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan “clean break with IMF by may” , while other countries are still trying to sign agreements with IMF to have future loans which will lead the countries to drowning more and more , imposing taxes on local investments , allowing monopoly ignoring any rule of fair market and ignoring the fact that this fair market might take the countries to a whole new level achievements .

speaking of the ignorance of the government to the importance of economic reform and many other issues , governments are also ignoring the security issue in their countries , people are feeling unsafe when they go out to streets they don’t know what is waiting for them , thieves are left in many countries free in the streets , and of course lacking safety in the streets leads to the problem we have mentioned before ” sexual assaults”

and also which investor will take the risk and invest in a country which is lacking safety and lacking stability , no one will .

so its obvious that developing countries needs every help possible , needs governments who are really caring for their country , needs decades of hard working to rebuild those countries and let them be en route and on the track with the rest of the world .




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