Jeremy Germain: Foreign Aid
This paper analyzes how foreign aid is an inefficient system that needs improvement in order to maintain its goal of helping others. To prove this system's inefficient. The use of research and credible evidence and statistics in different viewpoints; political, economic, and social were provided. The result showed that foreign aid has used several trillion but the effects of the allocation were small. Results also revealed that foreign aid has an underlying cause of creating and influencing foreign nations with democratic ideals. This study emphasizes the need to improve and regulate the foreign aid system from funding to donations and sponsor groups.
About the Author-
Jeremy Louis Germain is a second-semester undergraduate student at MDC North, where he is pursuing a degree in Architecture (AA). He was awarded a prize at EAC for his foreign aid analysis study, which has allowed him to engage in research and open the conversation about the faults of the foreign aid programs. In his studies, Jeremy is focusing on solutions and sustainable practices while also furthering his knowledge of foreign aid policy and rules of implications. His curiosity in foreign aid stems from his desire to see the world become a better place, starting with countries that truly need help. Mr. Germain has worked on other studies of research such as parenting styles of mothers in a Haitian demographic. Upon the completion of his undergraduate studies, he intends to apply to a university school to further his knowledge in Architecture and progress towards building a better future for people. Jeremy Germain acutely enjoys music, literature, human nutrition, art, and sports.