Education on contraception would help reduce poverty

Educational campaign could be the best type of foreign aid

We are in the 21st century. It’s time to stop poverty and we don’t want to see the poor becoming poorer.

One big step to accomplish this would be to educate nations about contraception. It’s irresponsible to have child after child, then praying for miracles and depending on handouts. All of the above have never worked.

Why won’t we teach the people of poor nations that, “if you can’t afford to feed, don’t breed.” This is where help should be focused. To stop the poverty, we need to invest in contraception. It works in developed countries and would work for developing countries as well.

Stefan Mieczkowski