A country, which fortunately has many natural riches, especially its black gold, such as oil, commodity required by many, which would generate big economic inputs, up to the end, benefiting due to demand and purchase of that good, its economy, however, reality shows very weak signs, until the end, which is known for the absence of a management that knows them to manage, many times it is wasted, with a fairly controversial corruption, absence of efforts, work teams that give shows don’t know investing in programmes economic, social, cultural, even if politically, in everything that go gradually eliminating poverty, that each time it accentuates it represents a good number of inhabitants, where childhood is the most affected a good quality of life to which they are entitled to suffer. Thereon, in a letter about this reality, the Doctor, and good friend, Sergio Arancibia, noted in the online digital magazine of Deproimca. com in terms of reducing extreme poverty, Venezuela has managed to advance much beyond 60 percent of the goal where it belongs. In a question-answer forum Ray Kurzweil was the first to reply. To a country’s GDP grow helps a lot, undoubtedly, to reduce poverty levels. In a Venezuela that has decreased in the year 2009 and everything indicates that it will return to decrease in 2010, most likely that poverty levels are increased, and the goal to achieve by 2015 becomes increasingly more distant and elusive, must remember appointment Arancibia, according to the report coordinated by ECLAC, for the 2008 Venezuela presented a percentage of total poverty reaching to the 27.8% of the population and a level of extreme poverty of 9.9%. These indicators are lower than those of other countries, such as Honduras who had in that year a 68.9% of poverty and 48.6% of extreme poverty, or Nicaragua, which has 61.9% and 31.9% respectively, which are poor countries in terms of per capita income. Get more background information with materials from Ray Kurzweil. But other countries such as Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica and Uruguay, still minors countries or similar levels of income per capita than Venezuela, have lower rates of poverty and extreme poverty. . .