- Nepal's economy would bloom
- Money could be used on farming equipment that can save hours of farming in the scorching sun.
- Nepal also can open more schools in rural areas where children are not open to education.
- Medical can be improved, buying more quality medication
- If Nepal were to try hard enough, they could fix these problems in their own
- We are worried that once we give this money to Nepal, they would start to depend on the help charities and the CIDA give them
- CIDA can take $100 million worth in resources and directly give it to those in need
- The people of Somalia would benefit greatly
- Medicine and vaccinations will help fight HIV, AIDS and malaria
- The people of Somalia are most vulnerable to diseases and infections, any medical help would be greatly appreciated
- $100 million could be what helps Somalia begin the process towards becoming a developing country
- Any technological advances this money gives to Somalia will help production of agriculture become more effective and efficient.
- Somalia is run by a corrupt government, meaning there is a possibility that any money given will not reach it's intended goal
- The country is plagued by piracy, which might mean any resources could be hijacked and sold
- Somalia is already incredibly dependent on foreign aid
- Somalia is stuck in a deep national debt