Lessons from Andiamo, Malawi, on grassroots development and globalisation from below
There is growing awareness that globalisation and an increase in life opportunities are not directly and exponentially related for the majority of youth. This article highlights lessons on the bridging of this 'great divide' gleaned from Andiamo, a 'campus' in Malawi, southern Africa. It describes a case study of this cooperative, detailing its conception, its early and current position and its sustainability. Andiamo is presented as a significant example of human-scale development and globalisation from below.
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Volume (Year): 26 (2009)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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