The Trouble With Aid: Why Less Could Mean More For Africa (African Arguments)
In this book, Jonathan Glennie argues that government aid to Africa actually has many very harmful effects. He claims that aid has often meant more poverty, more hungry people, worse basic services for poor people and damage to already precarious democratic institutions. Rather than the Make Poverty History slogan "Double aid to Africa," Glennie suggests the opposite: "Halve aid to Africa"--to ac...
Series: African Arguments
Paperback: 192 pages
Publisher: Zed Books; First Edition edition (December 15, 2008)
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.5 x 7.6 inches
Amazon Rank: 2900707
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“I was inspired to advocate in class concerning the welfare of Africa. This book was my `axillary man'. It has a home on my shelf and it will not be discarded.The main objectives are laid out bold and clear. The main objectives are organized in order...”
ieve the same result and reduce aid dependency. Through an honest assessment of both the positive and negative consequences of aid, this book will show you why.