International Cooperation and West African Municipalities. Summary
The second half of the 20th century has seen West Africa move from being an essentially rural society to a mainly urban one. This process has occured at varying speeds in different countries, often depending on economic growth, but in every case national resource have fallen far short of what is needed to build the towns this challenge requires.
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