About this book
An honest assessment of the positive and negative consequences of aid, which makes the controversial case that aid to Africa should be reduced.
Millions of people in the rich world have joined campaigns to persuade their governments to double aid to Africa and help put an end to the shameful inequality. This book argues that, along with its many benefits, government aid to Africa has often meant more poverty, more hungry people, worse basic services and damage to democratic institutions.
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