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Development is the fulfillment of the necessary conditions for the realization of the potential of human personality which translates into reduction in poverty, inequality and unemployment.
It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you development in Africa.
It clearly explains multinational corporations as the agents of underdevelopment in Africa.
It analyzes multinational corporations as the agents of development in Africa.
It appraises poverty as a severe challenge of development in Africa. It throws light on the causes and effects of poverty.
It evaluates corruption as a grave challenge of development in Africa. It sheds light on the causes and effects of corruption.
It discusses unemployment as a deadly challenge of development in Africa. It casts light on the causes and effects of unemployment.
It examines acquired immune deficiency syndrome as a lethal challenge of development in Africa. It highlights the causes and effects of acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS).
It explores brain drain in Africa. It shows the high level of brain drain in Africa. It identifies the best solutions to the high level of brain drain in Africa.
Nevertheless, it is quite possible that most African States would overcome their perilous challenges of development if they can borrow a leaf from the Asian tigers.
The four economies that make up the Asian Tigers are Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan. They have been the fastest growing economies in the world from the 1960s to the 2000s.
These economies are notable for maintaining an exceptionally high economic growth rate of about 7% annually for the past three decades. They have been hailed as the models for other emerging developing economies.
The basic reasons behind their astonishing growth are mainly high savings rate, high investment rate, high productivity of labour, effective export drive, and sound government’s policies.
This being so, the Africans should focus on producing goods and services for exports.
The Africans should encourage a functional education of their entire labour force.
The Africans should promote systematic household and government savings.
The Africans should establish an effective family planning program that will result in fertility decline and smaller families.
The Africans should be committed to promoting a knowledge-driven economy. There is the need for effective research and development before a State can grow to economic maturity.
The Africans should try to specialize in those products that they are comparatively best at producing and exchange such products for imports from other countries.
And the Africans should focus on producing goods and services that have high quality and elevated standard.