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Wednesday, 06 November 2019 07:05

THE FOREIGN AID PARADOX IN AFRICA

THE FOREIGN AID PARADOX IN AFRICA The Marshal plan's success in Europe generated a strong optimism towards the possibilities of helping developing countries that had just gained independence. Since the mid-1970s Africa has been the largest recipient of foreign aid, mainly provided to end extreme poverty and promote economic growth.…
The Problem with TOSSD A blog by Vitalice Meja – Executive Director Reality of Aid Africa Network There is a need to strengthen the statistical gathering and transparency to measure not only the official support but also its impact on SSD. This should lead towards the collection of comprehensive, objective…
‘GOING FURTHER TOGETHER’ PILOT WORKSHOP IN KENYA The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development provides a universal plan of action for people, planet, prosperity and peace. The Agenda puts emphasis on the engagement of all development actors to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. Specifically, SDG 17 on partnership for sustainable development…
AID FOR DONORS? HOW LOCALLY OWNED COMPANIES IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD ARE MARGINALIZED IN THE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE SYSTEM By Sudi M. Mauti Reality of Aid Network Africa: June 8,2019 Why don’t local companies benefit from foreign aid? It is perhaps telling when Ricardo Michel, Director of the Center for…
South- south cooperation has been receiving attention in recent years. South-South cooperation has shown unprecedented dynamism in terms of trade, finance and investment thereby enhancing the productive capacities of developing countries hence contributing to long term economic growth and development. The Bandung conference was a significant event in the initiation…
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