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[GMW #1261] A Renewable UN Special Fund That Helps Other Poor Countries And Global Disasters

[GMW #1261] A Renewable UN Special Fund That Helps Other Poor Countries And Global Disasters

Thursday 19 July 2007, Editor: Easy

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~ Idea 6501 ~

When Paul Hoffman, the Administrator of the US Marshall Plan, was appointed head of the Special UN Fund for Economic Development I showed him a chart and said to him: "Why didn't you make the Marshall Plan repayable by the European Countries once they had recovered from their losses in World War II?

The United Nations Special Fund should be made renewable: once developing countries will be economically well they would repay the aid received to the UN Special Fund to help other poor countries or disaster areas around the world.

Alas, he and the UN did not do it. May other aid giving countries consider this way.

Robert's The Miracle, Joy and Art of Living, Volume II Chapter 7 Of Optimism
Pessimism and optimism have both their nutrients: pessimism seeks everything bad and wrong to feed itself; optimism looks out for everything good and right for nourishment.

"Many a false step was made by standing still."

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