Dambisa Moyo discusses Dead Aid with an MP





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Published on Apr 20, 2009

Dambisa Moyo appears on Norway's Grosvold show and discusses Dead Aid with host Anne Grosvold and politician Raymond Johansen (April 18th 2009).


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Virak Thong
I love this lady so much. 
The only question that is in my mind is "Why is Europe so adamant to continue sending aid to countries who clearly have said they do not want it?"
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This sister is representing for us and she is on point!
The EU should open up its markets to African Agricultural products. That would be a step in the right direction. They won't do it because they are protecting European farmers. Please UK, vote to leave the EU.
Mohamed Yagoob
yes moyo . god place.
I don't really think the problem is AID, the problem is bad governance. I would do so well with an extra thousand $$ a month coz I am good at planning my finances. If there were great leaders who could encourage entrepreurship, and still try to provide public goods for their people, AID would be a plus. She doesn't know it, but all she is saying is there is bad governance, and the aid that is going to many African nations is not being utilized well, but with great leaders aid is a plus. I also think she forgets that the African population in the 70s is different from what we have now. There was AIDS as well. With or without AID if there is bad governance people will continue to suffer. 
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That politician looks like Sting.
You need an ego to respond to the hypocrisy in the western ideology. The goal is to promote accountability and not a casual dependability on Western handouts.Yet aFRIca is systematically destroyed.The failure of the African continent is Europe's biggest success. The same as Haiti is to france. Our hearts have been hardened by the repeated practice of rascism and prejuidice. Then we feel redeemed by "sharing" the wealth. The operation of a sick mind. The past will come to haunt us!
well said.You should say this all over the internet.amen
They have not.U N data loves to promote U N not the African independence.The goal is to create independence in a practical,functional, meaningful way.Africa is deliberately paralysed 
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