Liquidation of malnutrition and poverty is not cheap.
In order to lead directly all countries threatened by a high rate of malnutrition because of the very low gross domestic product per capita, to a GDP per capita of this size ($ 1,400), which is no longer threatens to avalanche increase in malnutrition, but generates the still fairly high percentage of malnourished because 15% of society, all the rich countries, that is, reaching a GDP per capita higher than the average in the world, would have to give to the poor 0.9% of its GDP. That’s pretty much, given that budgets for reinforcement are the average of 2.7% of GDP.
In order to lead directly all countries threatened by malnutrition rate greater than the global average due to low gross domestic product per capita, to a GDP per capita of this size ($ 3,600), which generates malnutrition at the average world level (10.1% of the population), all the rich countries would have to give to the poor 11.4% of its GDP. It’s not real.
Because of these excessive costs, aid for poor countries must focus on bringing local economies to self-sufficiency.
It is possible, however, the situation in which rich countries would be prepared to spend any amount of money, if someone develops a global business plan which proves the profitability of investment consisting of the inclusion of currently poor societies for Global System of efficient production.