Someone has to say it. Four reasons why I am Michael Stipe-ing a Foreign Policy headline and why I don’t think aid cuts are the end of the world.
A trailer from the film “We Want Development (but at what cost?)”, about the development of a port in Lamu, Kenya. (c) Thirsty Fish 2012
“There are better approaches that can be employed to make sure that our development approach is participatory and strategic. But if we continue to force on communities ideologies born out of top-down approaches, we are not going to see the impact and change we desire.” A guest post by Clement N. Dlamini of the Institute of Development Management in Swaziland.
Answers to: “If you personally could do one thing to change “the system” of foreign aid and development assistance, what would you do?” The number and diversity of responses has been overwhelming…and it keeps coming.