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  • Yes it helps.

    In countries where children cannot get an education, they could be taught by teachers from across the globe. In Countries where they need 10 times the amount of doctors that they have currently, we could use our doctors to treat patients, or train their doctors from our homes. With access to the internet merchants could know which towns needed his goods and when. Farmers could use better weather forecasts to know the ideal times to plant crops.

  • The internet helps the whole world

    In the developing world, access to the internet provides access to stable communication, safe merchant solutions, education and other important abilities that would otherwise be absent. These improvements allow the developing countries to develop faster than any countries that preceded them in. Industrial, cultural, and individual development will occur unbelievably faster with access to the internet.

  • It has raised awareness.

    Yes, the Internet has helped the developing world, because it has shown the developed world more about the plight in developing countries. Our view of the developing world is not limited to what we see in a two-minute segment on the news. We can see thousands of images of suffering and natural disasters, and we are more likely to want to help.

  • The internet has helped the world develop.

    The ability to search the world, contact people and create things has greatly increased with the use of the Internet. The Internet gives people the ability to grow and develop, the world is able to develop because it allows people from all over the world to easily and quickly be in contact with each other.

  • Yes It Has

    I believe the Internet has helped the developing countries in some ways. By far, it hasn't been an answer to many developing countries but it has helped a few. I believe when you look at India now, it is far more developed, and I think that has a lot to do with growing interest that has a lot to do with connectivity and the Internet. Hopefully we will see more developing nations benefit from the Internet in the future.

  • The Internet Helped

    I personally think that connectivity whether the Internet or mobile phones—is increasingly bringing market information, financial services, health services—to remote areas, and is helping to change people’s lives in unprecedented ways. The World Bank has been working closely with about 30 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa to strengthen regulatory frameworks, build regulatory capacities, and address rural access.

  • LMAOOOO you suck

    Aised awareness. Yes, the Internet has helped the developing world, because it has shown the developed world more about the plight in developing countries. Our view of the developing world is not limited to what we see in a two-minute segment on the news. We can see thousands of images of suffering and natural disasters, and we are more likely to want to help.
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  • The Internet Helped

    I personally think that connectivity whether the Internet or mobile phones—is increasingly bringing market information, financial services, health services—to remote areas, and is helping to change people’s lives in unprecedented ways. The World Bank has been working closely with about 30 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa to strengthen regulatory frameworks, build regulatory capacities, and address rural access.

  • The Internet Helped

    I personally think that connectivity whether the Internet or mobile phones—is increasingly bringing market information, financial services, health services—to remote areas, and is helping to change people’s lives in unprecedented ways. The World Bank has been working closely with about 30 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa to strengthen regulatory frameworks, build regulatory capacities, and address rural access.


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