African pastoralism: Conflict, institutions and government
Salih, M. A. (ed.)
Dietz, T. (ed.)
Ahmed. A. G. M. (ed.)
MetadataShow full item record
Although many countries in Africa are devastated by poverty and famine, and are desperately in need of aid, it is generally recognised that programmes of aid and development in Africa are imposed upon local communities with little regard for their traditional values and way of life. This is true of development schemes imposed by national African governments, just as it is true of international aid schemes.