Poor policies put in place by leaders and policy makers in a nation cause uneven development leading to poverty among the populace. The situation is dire, for it causes various adverse repercussions such as poverty leading to underdevelopment of a country (Green 21). Many nations, especially African countries, face such a nightmare due to their leaders' mundane nature. The essay, therefore, illustrates the consequences of uneven development in a region or country.
Uneven development is where there is an unequal distribution of resources among individuals in a particular country or region. The case is adverse since it leads to various negative consequences, such as increased poverty among people of a certain area. For instance, uneven development of resources widens the gap between the rich and the poor in society, contributing to the augment in the populace of poverty-stricken families in a country or region (Green 45). The situation is apparent in many African nations since a few people dominate the wealthier gap. Therefore, the widening difference between the rich and poor leads to the massive immigration of people to other nations to seek greener pastures. Uneven development is a major reason for rampant unemployment in certain regions of a country or continent because of the poor development of various factors that may attract investors. For instance, many parts of underdeveloped nations are short of proper means of infrastructure, thus putting away investors. Additionally, improper government policies such as improving the security of the area may force the investors to relocate to other areas leading to massive job losses in the area.
Uneven development is adverse to many regions and nations due to the unequal development of a particular place. Thus, leaders are supposed to put the required measures to ensure their parts are well developed. For example, equitable growth of infrastructure, which may attract investors.