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It's just not working'By Dick Wittenberg Development aid does more harm than good in Africa, says Zambian economist and author Dambisa Moyo, so we should stop it.
She has the ear of at least one African president, Paul Kagame of Rwanda.
Gradually her conviction grew stronger: Africa will never get on its feet unless it makes a clean break with the system of development aid. This in a nutshell, is the argument Moyo develops in the first half of her book, Dead Aid, which came out last month.
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