A Doctorate Project Proposal Submitted to the Institute of Social Anthripology adn the Centre for Developmetn and Environment in Partial Fulfillment of the Degree of Doctor of Philisophy Humaniities Social Anthropology

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2010
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Edward, B.
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Bikketi Edward
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Several decades of research and development efforts by a wide range of agencies have not helped Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) to overcome its on-going development crisis, which has generally resulted in non-promising trends in economic indicators, increasing political and ethnic tensions, widespread poverty, hunger, malnutrition and worsening environmental degradation. These persisting problems are not only reflected in a crisis of development policy and practice, but also in widespread uncertainties with regard to both an understanding of development dynamics and consensus on development aims.
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