I've always viewed aide workers from wealthy nations as patronizing and paternalistic. They get to travel, come back and tell stories and reap the credits. it's a luxury that living in a wealthy country affords you.
... welfare-state social policy, beginning with Otto von Bismarck’s first Wohlfahrtsstaat experiments in nineteenth-century Germany. But paternalism’s centrally directed systems of subsidies failed to raise up submerged classes, and by the end of the twentieth century even many liberals, surveying the cultural wreckage left behind by the Great Society, had abandoned their faith in the welfare state.
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