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Innocent Ukomba

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Can donor funding really fix African challenges, or should we empower African communities to address their own challenges?

Charity gives but does not really transform. For a very long time, donor assistance has been chanelled through to Africa and that really hasnt changed much. Could it be possible to birth a generation of people who are willing to be empowered with means of generating income that eventually get channeled back into communities for purposes of delivering renewal and transformation? How do we get communities to participate in the engineering of a promising future both for the continent and individual nations?

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  • Feb 8 2013: donor funding can help africa but only if we use it wisdomly and in the right direction , i believe that the problem is in the people who are in charge , and also in the cetizines of africa , i do believe that we should invest more in the education sector to create a mindful generation a generation that realy care about their countries a generation that can use this funding wisely , there is a big different between teaching and educating the children we need to creat an educated nation that is enlighted with its rights and filled with its culture and country loving before getting a donor funding

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