"Poorism" . Enjoy the experience.
I don't really get it. They spend money to experience 'poverty' in a 'safe' setting, but they really don't experience the daily grind of poverty which includes things like anxiety to provide for children, how to feed them, get fuel for a lamp, fuel to cook something, to not know if you will have a home tomorrow.
And it's odd that impoverished countries have higher birth rates than wealthier countries like Japan. Seems like if someone doesn't have a way to provide for children, maybe they should consider not having them, or having less of them.
But sometimes people have many children when times are good, and things change. So only God knows.
It's like going camping, except more luxurious with radiant heat floors, fuel provided, probably no bed bugs or lice ridden bedding, etc.
That is pretty disgusting that they spend almost a month's average wages for one night at the camp. But perhaps it will cause someone to have enough of an insight to others lives to begin to help. Bill Gates, for example, used to just hoard all his wealth, and somewhere along the line he had a change of heart and became a philanthropist.
If not, they are the rich man stepping over Lazarus. It's not a new story.