Should development aid be suspended because the recipient country has a poor human rights record?
Do you think its morally right to withhold sometimes vital, life saving necessities from a population who are subjects of a government deemed unethical?
It's a thought-provoking question. Is the aid slated to directly help the population, or the unethical government?
Development aid usually comes from numerous sources and is intended to be channeled towards the most vulnerable people. Sometimes governments are bypassed completely or government can intercept the bounty and prevent some or all from reaching people.
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