African Poverty at the Millennium

African Poverty at the Millennium

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This explores the complex nature of poverty in Africa. It identifies its political and social causes and assesses the impact of recent economic growth on the welfare of poor people. To permanently reduce poverty, it calls for realistic, home-grown policy initiative, governmental commitment, a realignment of the donor community's role, and the development of institutional structures, such as poverty monitoring systems, that can hold the governments accountable.This explores the complex nature of poverty in Africa.

Title:African Poverty at the Millennium
Author: Howard White, Tony Killick, Steve Kayizzi-Mugerwa
Publisher:World Bank Publications - 2001-01-01

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