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Ahead of releasing 'The Asian Aspiration' we sat down and discussed where Africa might have gone wrong, and how it can better place itself to socially and economically develop sustainably in the way parts of Asia have. Here we speak with former President of Sierra Leone Ernest Bai Koroma on what role aid played in potentially slowing down Africa's development, and how in certain circumstances it supported its growth.

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Help or Hindrance - How Has Aid Shaped Africa's Development?

The Brenthurst Foundation speaks with former President of Sierra Leone Ernest Bai Koroma about the pros and cons of aid in Africa.

21 October 2020

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