This paper will investigate the impact of Chinese-built dams in Africa, the economic and political impacts, and what roles African NGOs (nongovernmental organizations) play. As the continent of Africa continues to shed its “paper tiger” status in the postcolonial era and continues to become a potential economic powerhouse, what role will African NGOs play? The primary goal of this paper is to discern the role of African NGOs in the face economic growth, especially in the area of Chinese-built dams (a growing segment of economic growth in Africa as “engines” of industrialization).
Bradley, Matthew Todd
"Chinese-Built Dams, Africa, and Economic Growth: Is There a Role for African NGOs?,"
Journal of the Indiana Academy of the Social Sciences: Vol. 14
, Article 11.
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