Is Focus on Poor Individuals Crowding out Efforts to Build Sustainable Systems to Eradicate Poverty?

One has to wonder whether using the malnourished black kid as the poster child of the charitable efforts is wise. Not just because such posters propagate stereotypes of Africa as an exclusively impoverished continent (which of course, is a problem)

Is Focus on Poor Individuals Crowding out Efforts to Build Sustainable Systems to Eradicate Poverty?
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