Four approaches to aid : a histortical analysis of aid efforts in Swaziland
There is controversy about the role of human aid in the world. It has been charged that aid is harmful to its recipients. Critic, Paul Theroux said, "Dumping more money in the same old way is not only wasteful, but stupid and harmful; it is also ignoring some obvious points."1 My analysis will look at different approaches to aid specifically in the case of Swaziland. Aid' s level of effectiveness is a key concern of this paper because aid can have an effect on a country's levels of starvation, disease, education, and overall standards of living. Humanitarian aid is a crucial point for contemporary world politics.
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Walmer, Courtney N., "Four approaches to aid : a histortical analysis of aid efforts in Swaziland" (2010). HIM 1990-2015. 956.