Responsibility For Neglect
The Canadian International Development Agency's Retreat From Africa
by Glen Pearson
When the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) announced it would be cutting significant amounts of development aid to 8 African countries following decades of commitment, it sent the signal to our international partners that Canada's interest in Africa was waning.
Responsibility For Neglect tells the story of the meaning and rationale of the cuts and the damage they will do to Canada's international image and above all to those Africans who once regarded Canada as their friend.
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