The problems connected to health care touch different spheres of life, and social activities, as well as politics, are the most liable to change spheres. In the article under consideration, the author admits the impact of the British government on the life of Malawi society and gives clear reasons of why the Department for International Development may reduce aid that is annually paid to the country because of still unsolved problems concerning gays’ situation. The health care system should divide people by their sexual preferences, and gay rights have to be developed and should promote the improvements of the health care system in Malawi (Brown, 2010). The conditions under which people live nowadays should meet all those aspects which are discussed within human rights and make use of aid money as a weapon that is able to fight against poverty, injustice, humiliation, and other facts which can define Malawi as a weak or at least liable to dangers country. This article is a good source to define what problems still bother many people and make the government be distracted from those problems that are really in huge demand.
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