The war in Ukraine further exposed the problem of big “charitable” organizations – especially the International Red Cross – and charity in general on the part of Western countries. Expired medicines meager portions of humanitarian aid, corruption – all this existed before this year. It’s just that Ukrainians have more opportunities to record what is happening than people in African countries with less access to the Internet. But the question of the right to existence of charity as such also appears. As today’s events show, it’s needed at critical moments (war, natural disasters, the spread of dangerous diseases), but when you have organizations with nice offices and expensive cars that have been sending humanitarian mineral water to children in Africa for decades – maybe it needs something to do with poverty rather than donate money to bureaucrats?


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