International Organizations And Developing Countries Essay

806 Words Jun 20th, 2016 4 Pages
International organizations are established to help better the world as a whole. Many of the international organizations help countries through difficult times and/or help the development of developing countries. The World Bank has facilitated the development throughout many countries around the world and continues their mission today. The World Bank “is a vital source of financial and technical assistance to developing countries around the world. [They] are not a bank in the ordinary sense but a unique partnership to reduce poverty and support development.” The World Bank has been successful with helping the development of countries, on many occasions. One of the World Bank’s beginning successes was helping India through an agricultural crisis following World War II.
After the end of World War II, India had been set back in the agricultural department. Many countries around the world began to experience a “baby boom” and population was growing rapidly (including India). During this time in different countries around the world, “A natural population increase [was] occurring, [meaning] the birth rate was higher then the death rate” ("DEPweb: Beyond Economic Growth, Chapter 3."). Many countries were able to supply food through an “increase self-sufficiency of food production to avoid supply problem” (“Modern Agriculture and Food Security - a History”). These countries were able to develop new technologies to help increase the production of agricultural goods and help sustain…

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