There are regular population censuses in every country, which take between 3 and 14 days to carry out. The U.N. has provided a large number of countries with the necessary technology and vehicles to penetrate the more remote regions. These population censuses are not perfect, but they are likely to improve as technology becomes more easily available, and governments become more motivated to reach every one of their citizens.
It may be impossible to conduct censuses in war-torn areas, in areas where there are many homeless people, or where the government is uncooperative, for instance. All these problems are a result of human actions, they can be prevented, as the Plan’s incentives become known and sufficiently valued.
The World Marshall Plan provides the following incentives:
Every person receiving a supplementary in come will contribute to
- a strengthened world economy,
- increased markets,
- tax revenue (usually for their own government),
- greater social stability, and
- a happier human and more flourishing natural environment.
As the plan takes hold and expands to increasing areas, both governments and citizens are likely to be interested in providing optimal conditions for the Supplementary Economy. Governments would then make the necessary infrastructures a priority; citizens are likely to be keen to register; and battles might well be stopped, as has sometimes been the case , to allow health workers to inoculate children in one of the war zones.