The that I find most noteworthy is during the last few minutes where a woman is shown to have started a rabbit farm with money that she borrowed from a local credit union (19:10-19:20). The reason I find this most noteworthy is because it was the money from remittances that lead to the credit union being able to grant loans for projects such as this. This is a prime example of the long term benefits that remittances are having on the Latin American community. Another noteworthy point the video makes is the successfulness of remittances in helping the Latin American economy. Part of this success I believe is tied to the fact that the money sent in remittances is sent with “no strings attached” meaning that the people who receive the money are free to do whatever they want with it. When this system is contrasted with the ideology of institutions such as the IMF, which often enforce “conditions” that countries must meet in order to continue receiving loans (Stiglitz 351), we can clearly see that at least in Latin America aid is best put to work when the people are allowed to do with it what they see fit. The fact that native people often know what is best for their land is also supported by the passage “The Goddess and the Green Revolution” where Stephen Lansing where scientists and... [continues]
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