I have what you would call an ‘extended family’ in Lima, the capital of Perú. My friend’s boy is just now beginning school.
I don’t have to tell anybody about the appalling state of public school in most countries of the world. But maybe you don’t realize what economical poverty is on a reality plane:
A monthly transfer of money sent to aid in the monthly cost of schooling – to people, who just scrape by – is safer than one large one-time transfer. Continue reading “Pattern emerging: Getting paid to pay is the new black [while suppressing developing countries]”