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Title: Too Much Aid, Not Enough Help
Publisher: Columba, Dublin
Publication Date: 2010
Binding: Trade Paperback
Book Condition: Very Good
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This book examines the evidence and concludes that, despite billions spent on aid, poverty and inequality have in fact increased. Surprisingly, this increase has taken place during a period of increased aid. In this radically different look at aid, an unlikely author-the Chief Executive of The Leprosy Mission Ireland-suggests that people like him should be at the forefront in showing that aid is not achieving many of its supposed objectives, because all ""aid"" is not the same. This challenging book offers a number of approaches to address the problem of continuing inequality.About the Author:
Ken Gibson is Chief Executive of TLM Ireland (The Leprosy Mission). He has extensive experience working in Asia and Africa. He is much in demand as a speaker on development policy and practice and as advisor to a number of Non Governmental Organisations. www.kengibson.net
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