Aid to Africa: Redeemer or Coloniser?

Aid to Africa: Redeemer or Coloniser?

Edited by Hakima Abbas, Yves Niyiragira


Preface vii
Hakima Abbas

1 Aid colonisation and the promise of African
continental integration 1
Tim Murithi

2 The future of aid in North–South relations 13
Bernard Founou Tchuigoua

3 Aid from a feminist perspective 26
Awino Okech

4 Africa battles aid and development finance 42
Patrick Bond and Khadija Sharife

5 Aid for development 59
Samir Amin

6 Aid and reparations: power in the development discourse 76
Hakima Abbas with Nana Ndeda

7 Post-9/11 aid, security agenda and the African state 93
Shastry Njeru

8 Africa: official development assistance and the Millennium
Development Goals 106
Demba Moussa Dembélé

9 Aid effectiveness and the question of mutual accountability 121
Charles Mutasa

10 The European Development Fund or the illusion of assistance 132
Mouhamet Lamine Ndiaye

11 Africa's new development partners: China and India –
challenging the status quo? 143
Sanusha Naidu and Hayley Herman

12 Internal displacement, humanitarianism and the state:
the politics of resettlement in Kenya post-2007 167
Lyn Ossome