More and more young people from wealthy countries are spending time in communities in poorer countries doing unpaid work such as teaching or building houses. Why is this? Who benefits more from this, the communities or these young people?
A group of youngsters from wealthy nations are showing interest in unpaid work like providing education or constructing houses in unwealthy countries. Because they believe in humanity, according to my perspective, both sides can achieve benefits from this, and I will explain my viewpoint in the upcoming paragraphs.
To begin with, many rich countries give the initiative to humanity. The entire Ukraine has been demolished in the fighting with the Russian soldiers. Furthermore, its economic growth is over, and the government is unable to help them. Meanwhile, developed countries have come to help Ukrainians and provide the required things. The Hindustan Times revealed that many rich countries had helped Ukraine’s citizens in its bad situation, such as Canada, America and the rest of the wealthy nations. As a result, these countries have set examples of humanity.
On the other hand, both the community and the youngsters will benefit from volunteer work. Both of them can run their own NGO in which they can not only help the destitute but also offer shelter to homeless people. The Tribune newspaper surveyed that during the invasion between Ukraine and Russia, a lot of Canadian citizens were offering Ukrainian to stay with them. Therefore, due to their aid, they can soon forget the pain.
In conclusion, although young people are assisting in giving free education or building houses, the rest of the other people should also contribute to them.
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