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Non-state Actors In Africa’s Development Equation: Lessons From Zimbabwe
This article critiques the role of International Non-Governmental Organizations in the Zimbabwean development landscape. Development is a multifaceted process that encumbers social, political and economic dimensions, it is the aim of this paper to deconstruct and unpack the interface of NGO activities and the concomitant result in the Zimbabwean development context. Asymmetrical economic relationship, debt, brain drain, detrimental colonial phase and conditional aid were long identified as the causes of underdevelopment in Africa, yet none of the NGOs have dedicated their operations in addressing the real causes of poverty and underdevelopment. This creates a schism in their aim to aid and
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