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A very insightful documentary that takes on a difficult issue. It deals with foreign aid, but has many concepts that apply to domestic charity. It will rock your world.
I loved it it was very well documented and expressed.
Very informative and pertinent information. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the 3rd world countries and the continued poverty problem and our failure to alter its course.
Everybody who gives their old clothing to Bono and Bob should see this movie. I've been traveling to Africa almost every year since 2004 and I've seen with my own eyes the piles of clothes and shoes being sold on the roadside in Kenya and Zimbabwe just this year. It was meant to be given for free to the needy and instead it's taken by street vendors and sold to passers-by. Wake up call Europe and America! It has already killed the skills of those who used to make clothing and shoes locally. The governments there allow this! So think again when you send your old stuff to anywhere ...
Excellent documentary that clearly explains how NGO's feed themselves off of the misery of others.
All is not good in the world and especially in the world where the west is supposedly lifting, supporting and helping the "3rd world" folks. As Poverty Inc. repeats often the west started out with good and compassionate intentions, to give and help the very, very destitute in Haiti, Africa and elsewhere. Yet destitution persists.Why?Maybe we in the west are doing things for ourselves, to salve our conscience or to do something quick and move on. The real reason destitution persists is that dumping worldly goods on others does not solve their long-term issue that the systems in their own countries persist in keeping the foot on their necks.I ...
A thought provoking movie. But really harsh on Bono. I mean, he's Bono. In seriousness, this is a must watch for anyone thinking of getting involved in charity, NGO, or "mission" work.
Bought this by mistake thinking it was the same as a PBS program of the same name. Not very good.
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Social Issues in Film Series Presents “Poverty Inc.” Oct. 19 - Valdosta State University News
Social Issues in Film Series Presents “Poverty Inc.” Oct. 19
Valdosta State University News
“Poverty Inc.” studies the complex global industry of foreign aid and is presented by the Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty, a nonprofit research organization dedicated to the study of free market economics informed by religious ...
Poverty, Inc. challenges poverty industry, promotes entrepreneurship as positive alternative to ending world poverty - American Enterprise Institute
Poverty, Inc. challenges poverty industry, promotes entrepreneurship as positive alternative to ending world poverty
American Enterprise Institute
The video above is the official trailer for the movie Poverty, Inc., which is a feature-length documentary that challenges the prevailing culture of charity and foreign aid and promotes entrepreneurship as a positive alternative to ending world poverty ...
Film Review: 'Poverty Inc.' - Variety
Film Review: 'Poverty Inc.'
As if poverty weren't a challenging enough phenomenon unto itself, time has revealed that good intentions by outsiders can in many cases make the problem worse — a cruel irony that serves as the basis of Michael Matheson Miller's “Poverty Inc.,” an ...
Poverty Inc.: Finally A Film Exposes A Deeply Flawed Industry - Forbes
Poverty Inc.: Finally A Film Exposes A Deeply Flawed Industry
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