The World Bank’s country classification system looks at the nation’s Gross national income and categorises them into low income, lower middle income, upper middle income and high-income groups. As per the world bank’s definition, 82 countries fall under the category of low income and lower middle income which we term as developing nations. The number of nations which fall in this category have increased over the years, adding 4 new nations to this category during the pandemic, including Indonesia. The pressing priority of today’s time for the developing nations is to have an organisation, a unified force to reckon with, an association which will combine the energies of these 82 developing nations to help tackle the problems they all are facing on a daily basis.  A new grouping of the global south, with much vigour and dedication, will make sure that resource allocation is done judiciously and ensure that real control over their resources lies with them. Such a grouping will also counteract domination by developed countries on the global stage, making certain that resources are sustainably used. It will act as a catalyst and will ensure a stronger presence of developing nations in various global platforms and intergovernmental associations to influence decisions in favour of them. It will provide them with a unified voice to put forth their opinions on the world stage. This grouping will make them self-sufficient in terms of development, economic or otherwise, as they could leverage each other’s strong suits and eradicate each other’s shortcomings.