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    A very interesting book.

    This book is written in a way that even people with a basic knowledge in economics can read and understand it without many troubles. The ideas and key elements are explained so that the topic is more affordable than the commons highly educated person designated economics books. It is a very edifying work by showing how every aid-system attendant could act in the aim of bringing Africa out of poverty, firstly the political leaders and secondly all the leaders in general; mostly by a true break up with the said system. The book is clearly not aiming at turning down the current relationship between the West and Africa, or putting the blame on someone, for the sake of doing it. It is a kind of rethink of what was done until now for the sake of a brighter future, which won’t come without effort, determination and strong will.
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    African aid

    A great summation of the complexities of African financial ussues and how rethinking the western aid mentality will help more than writing an open cheque.
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    The key to opening Africa

    True, true, true. Aid is counterproductive. It facilitates bad governance resulting in suffering by the masses aid is meant to assist.
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