The important thing is to make sure whatever money is donated goes to the people who deserve it.
Most African countries are teeming with corruption. Our former diplomat, Sir Edward Clay, in Kenya resigned in disgust at the way chairty money destined for the poor ended up in their government misters' bank accounts.
Even Bob Geldof threw a hissy fit when it was discovered that Band Aid's charity money found its way into lining the wrong people's pockets and for buying arms. He categorically denied it although the evidence was quite convincing.