Prospects for Recovery and Sustainable Development in Africa

By Aguibou Y. Yansané | Go to book overview

not only in Africa but also to the U.S. public and policymakers to help reshape U.S.-African policy that -- for the benefit of both Americans and Africans -- supports African efforts for liberation and sustainable development.


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World Bank, Sub-Saharan Africa: From Crisis to Sustainable Growth ( Washington, D.C.: World Bank, 1989), 22, 33; Julius Nyerere, "Africa. Exists in the Economic South" in Development and Socio Economic Progress 41, no. 3 ( 1988), 7-8; United Nations Economic Commission for Africa UNECA, African Alternative Framework to Structural Adjustment Programmes for Socio-Economic Recovery and Transformation (E/ECA/CM. 15/6/Rev. 3); M. E. Akor, "Mobilizing the Domestic Resources of ECOWAS' Traumatized Economies for Economic Development," paper presented at the Conference Institute of Development Studies (IDS) and Institute for African Alternatives (IFAA), University of Dar-Es-Salaam, December 12-14, 1989; A. Y. Komba , "Science, Technology and Sustainable Development for Africa; the Crisis, the Issues," paper presented at the Conference of the IDS and IFAA, University of Dar-EsSalaam, December 12-14, 1989; S. R. Nkonoki, "The Ecology Crisis and Alternative Development Strategies for Environment-balanced Development," paper presented at Conference of the IDS and EFAA, University of Dar-Es-Salaam, December 12-14, 1989; E. M. Koffi-Tessio, "Environment, Water and Agricultural Performance: The African Vicious Circle," paper presented at the Conference of IDS and IFAA, University of DarEs-Salaam, December 12-14, 1989; S. B. Misana, "Natural Resource Conservation for Sustainable Development in Tanzania," paper presented at the Conference of IDS and IFAA, University of Dar-Es-Salaam, December 12-14, 1989.
2
World Bank, Sub-Saharan Africa: From Crisis to Sustainable Growth, 2, 20- 21.
3
UNECA, African Alternative Framework to Structural Adjustment Programmes for Socio-Economic Recovery and Transformation,52; A. Ighemat, "The Financial Problems of Sub-Saharan Africa and their Possible Solution," paper presented at the Conference of IDS and IFAA, University of Dar-Es-Salaam, December 12-14, 1989.
4
UNECA, African Alternative Framework to Structural Adjustment Programmes for Socio-Economic Recovery and Transformation,24; M. J. N. S. Iae, "Women in Development: The Case of Botswana," paper presented at the Conference of IDS and IFAA, Dar-Es-Salaam, December 12-14, 1989; B. O. Koda and C. K. Omari, "Women's struggles in coping with Economic Crisis in Household Economy in Tanzania: The Case of Poor Families in Dar-Es-Salaam," paper presented at the Conference of IDS and IFAA, Dar-Es-Salaam, December 12-14, 1989.
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This methodology holds the success of policies proposed to solve problems rests on the validity of the explanations -- implicit or explicit -- of their causes, and the extent to which the policies adopted effectively address those causes. For this reason, the problem-solving methodology focuses on formulating and testing the full range of

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