One of the greatest problems in developing countries is the level of economy.
Healthcare, education and infrastructure have to be strengthened.
There should be equitable distribution of resources.
Employment opportunities have to be created.
Export import balance must be maintained.
Proper planning and policy implementation is a vital importance.
Traditional skills must be put to use .
Over dependence on rich countries must be curtailed.
Multinational companies should be allowed but should not be allowed to control local interests.
WHOs and charitable institutions with proper guidelines should be strengthened and encouraged.
The government has a responsibility to give equal priority to all sections of people.
Basic amenities have to be provided.
Work culture should not only be encouraged but also strengthened through liberal practices.
Merit has to be recognized and awarded.
It is becoming increasingly difficult to draw a line of demarcation between developed and developing in the case of some countries.
Developing countries are generally considered to be poor in economy and having a lot of illiteracy.
The developed countries are those having a robust economy and great power.
They are often engaged in a race for greater power.
While opening their doors for immigrants they are not always fair and impartial.
They can be ruthless in policy implementation.
They offer quality healthcare and educational facilities.
Infrastructure and Technology have a place of pride.
Opportunities for higher research are abundant.
They are the sources for dissemination of advances in Science and Technology.
They are in the forefront in the field of innovation.
They provide great assistance in different ways, specially in times of distress and
They have an upper hand in terms of wealth and progress.