Has Foreign Aid Helped or Hurt Your Country? Explain With Evidence | Maud Akoley Sowah

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After the Second World War, the economy of Europe was destroyed so in 1948, the United States of America provided economic assistance to restore the economic infrastructure of Europe....

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The Cheetah Generation: Catalysts for Africa’s Economic Prosperity | Mabel Afua Asamoah

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Africa, often referred to as the “Dark Continent,” has been the subject of myriad stereotypes and misconceptions throughout history. While it has faced its fair share of challenges, the...

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The Negative Impact of Foreign Aid: The Case of Ghana | Victoria Abla Kuzorli

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The disparity between developed and developing nations has long been a focal point in international relations. To bridge this gap, developed countries have provided substantial foreign aid to Third...

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The Cheetah Generation: Nurturing Africa’s Economic Prosperity in the Right Direction | Elorm Kobla Awuye

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Africa is a continent rich in history, and culture and a land of immense diversity. Africa has a youthful population that has an untapped potential that will lead Africa...

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The Delicate Balance: Navigating Media Influence, Public Opinion, and Democracy | Mariama Salifu

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The power of the media to influence public opinion and democracy is undeniable. The rise of social media has only amplified this influence, making it more important than ever...

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Food Insecurity and Waste: The Paradox in Ghana | Elvis Ampoh

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In some developing countries in Africa, a situation exists where cities experience food shortages and high prices of available food supplies while abundant produce rots away on farms. This...

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The Paradox of Food Shortages in Cities and Rotten Crops on Farms: A Ghanaian Perspective | John Kwabena Amoah

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George Ayittey’s remark that there are food shortages in urban areas while food spoils on fields is a devastating illustration of the agricultural difficulties Ghana and other African countries...

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The Importance of Economic Freedom to Development in Sierra Leone | Emmanuel Suma

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Sierra Leone is endowed with an enormous reserve of mineral resources, fertile soil a youthful population, etc. Yet, the country subsists in such poverty that it ranks as one...

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The Cheetah Generation: Catalysts of Africa’s Progress | Francisca Elorm Afedo-Hevi

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The term “Cheetah Generation” refers to the young and dynamic African population, particularly those born after 1980, who have embraced technology, entrepreneurship and innovation as the key drivers and...

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Africa Unchanged

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Africa’s long-awaited glory of rising to a more peaceful, freer and prosperous continent is often truncated by the actions and inactions of the ruling elites. Often the building blocks...

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