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Oser to home and so are the solutionsWhen Giles Bolton began working in the world of aid and development he travelled to Africa convinced that he could solve problems save villages and sing songs with the locals under a shimmering sunset The reality proved rather. It was tough reading nearly 90% of the book which is replete with plenty of figures numbers statistical data However the final part with its pragmatic recommendations makes it a worthy read

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Less romantic and far shocking Aid and Other Dirty Business is a radical brilliantly readable and totally original approach to the seemingly unending problem of poverty in Africa It may change your life but importantly it will help you change the lives of others. Not really what I expected Packed with statistics and lacking the anecdotes that would have made it readable from a layperson s perspective

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Do you know why Africa is so poor What really happens to your charity money Why do trade rules fail African countries and yet cost you too We've heard it all before the corrupt leaders heartless global corporations the wicked World BankBut the answers are much cl. I learned a lot from this book which takes an honest look at international aid and why it just isn t working The author focuses on what he knows Africa and provides amazing insight into where programs fall short and what money can really do The conseuences are international Read the part about American government subsidizing their farmers who are then and thus able to sell their products in countries including Africa cheaper than African products When Africa can t buy local you have a corrupt system Not corrupt as in conspiracy corrupt as in not able to function as intended So many interesting dynamics and ramifications


10 thoughts on “Aid and Other Dirty Business How Good Intentions Have Failed the World's Poor

  1. says:

    I learned a lot from this book which takes an honest look at international aid and why it just isn't working The author focuses on what he knows Africa and provides amazing insight into where programs fall short and what money can really do The

  2. says:

    Excellent read on AID and its impact in AfricaIn depth analysis on how decisions taken by world powers to protect themselves and their market

  3. says:

    Written by a guy who worked for the British Government in Rwanda and so knows both sides of the storysomeone mentioned aid dirty business by the same author

  4. says:

    The first half of the book is excellent it shed a light on startling facts and adds in some real life stories to make them hit home However when getting to solutions and what we in the west can do I found it to be very repetitive but lacking a real punch that makes the reader want to act

  5. says:

    A good introduction to the world of official aid from the view of a civil servant who was involved in managing aid An easy and fun read with a short section on trade the other dirty business

  6. says:

    It was tough reading nearly 90% of the book which is replete with plenty of figures numbers statistical data However the final part with its pragmatic recommendations makes it a worthy read

  7. says:

    Not really what I expected Packed with statistics and lacking the anecdotes that would have made it readable from a layperson's perspective

  8. says:

    ProseReadability 5Author’s Commitment to Objective Truth 4Interesting Content 5Perspective Shift 5

  9. says:

    Yeah yeaaayh yeah heh yeah heh yeah heh Lauryn HillMr IntentionalSee the road to hell is paved with good intentionsCan't you tell the way they

  10. says:

    Aid and Other Dirty BusinessAn Insider Reveals How Good Intentions Have Failed the World's Poor deserves attention than I will give it The only appropriate amount of credit to give this is to read it and that is mandatory

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