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Some say that rich countries should help poor countries with trade, health and education. Do you agree or disagree? Give reasons for your answer and include examples from your experience. One of the main goals of the United Nation is to facilitate deprived countries' sustainable development. Yet, there has been much discussion revolving around whether developed countries should assist the emergent nations. My firm conviction is that providing international aid is of paramount significance to ensure world's peace, security and equality. People living in economically developing countries grapple with many difficulties. To start with, lack of education deprives them of securing steady jobs with stable income. In addition, the lack of career prospects could aggravate the vicious circle created with illiteracy and unemployment, ; therefore, people are condemned to a life of poverty made making them apathetic to improve their living standards. The emergence of extremist extremism and radicalism is one of the inevitable corollaries of the aforementioned situation, where underprivileged and uneducated individuals are induced to commit crimes and spark off riots threatening the such country's countries’ security and putting citizens' life in danger. Not only would poor countries be debilitated by these internal conflicts, but also the neighboring ones and the world as a whole may bear the brunt of these antisocial/dangerous activities which by and large threaten the civilization. A blatant example of this phenomenon is the emergence of ISIS waging war in the Middle East, ruining many human heritages and leaving many people with no choice but to leave their countries behind and seek asylum overseas. Many of the an aforementioned disasters can be sustainably mitigated by international cooperation. First and foremost, skills and education are instrumental in building resilient economies and ensuring that the local labor force can enhance their economic empowerment. Secondly, only when the developing countries have access to the recent medical technologies and medicines which are typically/by and large peculiar to rich countries, can they alleviate many health problems and fight contagious fatal diseases. Finally, ensuring a predictable and rules-based trading system in which poor countries can reap market opportunities, the international aid organizations can lay a sound foundation for them to promote/expandprosper their domestic business in a sustainable manner, thereby combating poverty. In conclusion, I would argue that providing the under developed countries with international assistance will help them overcome insurmountable obstacles which curtail their individual capabilities. Otherwise, the poor will be destined to become poorer leading to existence creation of an impending threat tofor global peace and security, hence the importance of joining hands to address the global problems.