This can speed up the rate of development in third world countries because one will understand the reasons why a country is underdeveloped in the first place.
Another benefit of learning about third world development is that it gives a learner the opportunity to explore the development gap between poor and rich regions and countries. Exploring the development gap can make it easier for people to understand how to bridge the gap. Learning about third world development also exposes people to major issues that face these countries such as environmental issues, economic issues, political issues, education, food, transport, democratization, globalization, women’s rights and social justice among others (Westra, 2011).
Learning about third world development accords learners the opportunity to have a true picture of the real state of affairs both in third world countries and the developed nations. People are able to know what is making third world countries remain in their current state and what is making developed countries different from third world countries (Westra, 2011). This way, it is easier for people to make positive contributions towards upgrading these third world countries to developed