Africa's Choices: After Thirty Years of the World Bank

Africa's Choices: After Thirty Years of the World Bank

Africa's Choices: After Thirty Years of the World Bank

Africa's Choices: After Thirty Years of the World Bank

Synopsis

For 30 years, the World Bank has proposed policies that have produced few economic benefits but have eroded the traditional strengths of African society. Examined here is that what Africans themselves are saying and doing indicates the basis for a continent's self-transformation and an agenda for the kind of support it desires.
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