Desenvolvimento Na África Subsaariana Ajuda Da Onu Aos Países Africanos Análise Da África Do Sul E Libéria
AbstractThe main goal of this dissertation is to analyse the development of the Black Africa, more specifically Liberia and South Africa, chosen for being respectively one of the poorest and the most developed country from Sub – Sahaarian Africa, and the help that they receive from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to accomplish the Millennium Development Goals proposed in 2000 by UN. The problems are discussed by doing an economic analysis from the Human Development Reports and a theoretical view of the works of Jeffrey Sachs and Amartya Sen, about poverty and its eradication.
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Date of creation: 10 Dec 2007
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Poverty Eradication. South Africa. Liberia;
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