Development in Africa

Assisting Africa is a dignified cause; however, the efforts have turn out to be a platform of the illogical. The Western aid that has been extended to Africa has become a terrible failure. In excess of $500 billion in international aid was given to Africa between 1960 and 1997. Aid instead of rapidly decreasing poverty and increasing development, it has formed a dependence culture. African countries no longer make efforts increase development internally; instead, they wait for the international aid to fund their budgets and for development. The fact that no country in the world has ever developed through aid or credit tells it all. Nations that have recorded great development such as Japan, Taiwan, Korea and Singapore, have all achieved this through creation of free markets.  All the signs that Africa adopted the wrong direction are evident. According to the United Nations convention on Trade and Development, regardless of many years of policy reorganization, barely any nation has effectively concluded its adjustment program with a revisit to sustained development. Certainly, the pathway from change to enhanced performance is a rough one and unsatisfactory dead-end. Foreign funds could assist only the African nations that commence political, institutional, economic, reforms, however, this commitment has been enormously lacking.

Latest United Nations records emphasize  that human development is determined by life expectancy, grown-ups literacy, contact to every level of education, in addition to people’s normal income, which is an essential condition of their liberty of choice. In a wider sense, the concept of human development involves all aspects of peoples’ welfare, as from their health condition to their financial and political freedom.

Hans Rosling focuses on dismissing the usual myths regarding the so-called developing nations. He says that presently the developed and the developing are no longer distances away. He additionally says that the developing world is in on a similar course of health and prosperity as the West. He states that old mindset should be dispelled. Hans believes that Africa has made great steps and it has performed better and beyond the West’s thinking.

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