Sustainable Development Projects in Africa
by Koba Tchegoun Adebo
The latest bulletin from the World Bank on the fight against food crisis shows a funding level of 732.8 million dollars out of 866 million in total for projects in 30 countries. It shows an effort being made, but we still have to question how it is being used, and where are the beneficiaries?
Increasingly, the different approaches and business models are silent as to the effectiveness of development programs and policies in Africa. Faced with this intensification of public awareness, capacity building of development actors at the base is needed.
Today, a project of the fight against hunger in Africa is most of the time to purchase rolling stock, pay bills, travel expenses and other primes; this state of affairs leads me to emphasize the role of positive change so that African youth are aware of the voice of development.
Finally, we young scholars and researchers in Africa have a need for truth in the history of the development of our continent…
From Guest Blogger Koba Tchegoun Adebo, President of AIESEC in Senegal
Tchegoun will be sharing his perspectives on Sustainability during the rest of this week in a series of Guest Posts.