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Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. In this important analysis of the past fifty years of Kindle Store · Kindle eBooks · Politics & Social Sciences . Dambisa Moyo's excoriating and controversial book reveals why millions are actually. DEAD AID. WHY AID IS NOT WORKING. AND HOW THERE IS. A BETTER WAY FOR AFRICA. Dambisa Moyo. Farrar, Straus and Giroux. New York. DAMBISA MOYO. Dead Aid. Why Aid Makes Things Worse and How There is Another Way for Africa. PENGUIN BOOKS. Contents. Foreword.

Here is a refreshing voice. What makes Dead Aid so powerful is that it's a double-barrelled shotgun of a book. With the first barrel, Moyo demolishes all the most cherished myths about aid being a good thing. But with the second, crucially, she goes on to explain what the West could be doing instead. Here is an African woman, articulate, smart, glamorous, delivering a message of brazen political incorrectness: cut aid to Africa. Aid, she argues, has not merely failed to work; it has compounded Africa's problems. Moyo cannot be dismissed as a crank. She catalogues evidence, both statistical and anecdotal. The core of her argument is that there is a better alternative [and it deserves] to be taken seriously. Her message is that Africa's time is now.

Just read the book. It's quick, it's well-written, it's easy to understand if you have a modicum of understanding of finance. Waste of money, ironically.

Previous 1 star reviews fairly sums up book. I add my astonishment at Dr. After 'Dead Aid' I felt that magnificent education had been hijacked by an opportunist "flimflam man woman ".

And worse for it having "validated? Are we really this gullible? Considered and critical view of foreign aid to Africa and why such aid must stop as it is applied today. Moyo has examined why foreign aid does not work, has not worked, and will not work in the future to alleviate poverty in Africa.

The book is written for lay persons such as myself but it is replete with cases studies and references sufficient enough for any academic. This should be read by anyone in government aid and anyone considering trying to help the poor. The book offers hope for the future and it lays out a clear and simple plan of action. I wish Ms Moyo was in the US State Department instead of the career bureaucrats there now who have wasted billions of US aid dollars only to make things worse for those who need help the most.

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