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My Question is how would this model be applicable for poor countries like Nepal. One might think that being poor and not having much of a system allows one to make rapid changes and adopt whatever seems to be best right now (considering expenses), but Nepal is still pretty backward. I remember as a kid being slapped, beaten on the palm with a stick and being shamed and having to do squats in front of everyone in class (as punishment).
If I were to be someone who after some years wanted to help the poor in Nepal, how would I go about implementing what you just mentioned?
Feedback would be valuable.
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