It is very good that you have a warm heart. When you get a good edcuation, you can become someone who makes this world a better place: A politician, a medicine, a big donator, etc. :-)
You wrote: "Maybe they only eat 1 time a day." Unfortunately, the situation is worse: There are 20,000 children (younger than 5 years) who die every day. Because they starve to death or because they don't have enough medicine. Then you have all the adults who die much too young for the same reasons, the human right violations, etc, etc, etc. :-(
You wrote: "... but the rich just trait them like animals... " Said in this general form, I would disagree. Probably you have in mind these 20,000 children who search the rubbish tips of Manila for food. That is really sad. But not all rich are so cold-hearted and do nothing. For instance, Germany's last year's development aid for poor countries was 7,835,000 euros last year. A huge sum! Paid by our tax money.
Or Warren Buffett e.g. donated over 30 billion US dollars to good causes: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warren_Buffett#Philanthropy
Anyway, charity plays a big role in western Europe and the USA. Another example is: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_%26_Melinda_Gates_Foundation
By the way, don't let chinafan fool you. He wrote a lot of nonsense regarding Germany. (When he is so stupid, it is no surprise that he is poor.) In his opinion, communism is superior to capitalism. Then he should immigrate to the communist North Korea and experience the poverty there. In the 1990s, for instance, this country experienced a famine with over two million dead. Just one example.
I have a book tip for you, Mej: "The End of Poverty" by Jeffrey Sachs. He's one of the most influential economists of the world. It's very interesting!