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What must African states do to stop being a charity case among established nations?

What must African states do to stop being a charity case among established nations?

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  1. African countries should put up working system to deal with corruption, as long as there is corruption African counties will continue depending on donations from develop countries. African counties should benchmark on models employed by Asian tigers so they they can reforms their economies.

    African countries should put up working system to deal with corruption, as long as there is corruption African counties will continue depending on donations from develop countries. African counties should benchmark on models employed by Asian tigers so they they can reforms their economies.

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  1. Charity is a necessary evil. Most African countries are not yet strong to stand on their own. They still need these charities from the west to help its people. They should try to make their economies stable before cutting off the charity. Though it is making our African people lazy, we still need thRead more

    Charity is a necessary evil. Most African countries are not yet strong to stand on their own. They still need these charities from the west to help its people. They should try to make their economies stable before cutting off the charity. Though it is making our African people lazy, we still need these Charity from the west.

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  1. JOB CREATION Africa has the youngest population in the world, with 200 million aged between 15 and 24 (doubling by 2045 according to African Development Bank). Given that the continent will have a shortfall of 74 million jobs that need to be created by 2020, governments need to create policies and iRead more

    JOB CREATION
    Africa has the youngest population in the world, with 200 million aged between 15 and 24 (doubling by 2045 according to African Development Bank). Given that the continent will have a shortfall of 74 million jobs that need to be created by 2020, governments need to create policies and implementation plans that will allow for a more competitive private sector that favors business growth, job creation, and the stimulation of African economies—such as sound fiscal and monetary policies; good governance, transparency, and strengthened judiciary systems; an improved investment climate, and reduced corruption. In particular, long-term investment in the private sector, the infrastructure and manufacturing industries, and agriculture will address food insecurity and create the necessary employment opportunities for African youth. Boosting incentives to improve the quality of education will also be key to producing a skilled workforce.

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  2. They should focus on wealth creation and fight corruption to its death.

    They should focus on wealth creation and fight corruption to its death.

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  3. We should start by making our regional unions work. The east african federation can lead the way and show the rest of Africa how to pool resources and strength.

    We should start by making our regional unions work. The east african federation can lead the way and show the rest of Africa how to pool resources and strength.

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  4. Remove the borders and get rid of visa restrictions.

    Remove the borders and get rid of visa restrictions.

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