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07 June 2007


Beth Hansen

Perhaps once Africa takes measures to curb its population growth, which is the direct cause of its poverty, the G8 nations will be less likely to feel they are throwing their money away, and be more likely to contribute.

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African activists have been making other pronouncements that are unlikely to make any impression on the G8. Charity Musamba from Zambia, for instance, urged donors to drop all conditionalities on aid. And in the same sentence she noted that "of course" the activists must put pressure on their countries on issues like outlet

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Nice! Thanks for post.

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Cease to struggle and you cease to live.

Paul Smith

Merci beaucoup pour votre article.

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