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DR. GEOFFREY ANGUYO ON MEDICAL, EDUCATIONAL + ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT IN UGANDA; HOW THE NGO-FIN

DR. GEOFFREY ANGUYO ON MEDICAL, EDUCATIONAL + ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT IN UGANDA; HOW THE NGO-FIN

How many times have you seen pictures of so-called development workers, who heroically and selflessly leave their privileged homes in the West to travel to any one of 54 countries on the African continent—although they’ll usually just say “Africa” as if it were a country? They go to build houses or schools or work in a clinic, sometimes saying that they’re there to “save” people or even “save Africa,” all one billion of us, despite what is usually zero knowledge of any of the continent’s 3000 or more languages, more than 5000 years of civilisations and ancient literatures, its countless cultures, religions, and philosophies, or its contemporary arts, industry, and politics. They also usually do not question why, in the case of the often barely-qualified “voluntourists” who build houses or schools, it is better for them to give airlines and hotels hundreds or even thousands of dollars than it is to pay local citizens of those countries to do the work their countries need. Nor do they as

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