The necessity is clear that developing countries need to become concerned with creating environments conducive for economic growth, social improvements, and improved infrastructures. The countries who are forced to deal with the crushing influx of immigrants seeking a better life is overwhelming their ability to sustain them. Developing nations on the other hand is suffering a death blow by the mass exodus because potential is pouring out of their porous borders like a container with holes. Their greatest asset is not the gold or silver in the ground but the people are their greatest asset.
When you lose people you lose possibilities.
What does it take to turn this stunting trend around for developing nations? We at the Human Rights Global Congress have a solutions based approach in elevating a society’s influence globally and a nations footprint in the world.
Dr. Reuben Egolf