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Africa's economies have been growing steadily over the past decade, but poverty has remained stubbornly high. The Africa Report examines the causes and the policies that governments are adopting to share the wealth and drive growth.
This article takes a look at a key issue faced by Africa as a whole one, economic growth without development. For the past decade Africa has seen promising signs of sustainable growth fuelled by foreign demand of African commodities. Although this brings in capital for African nations this new found wealth has not had a discernable impact on the standard of living of said nation’s citizens. Many are still out of reach of essential means of sustenance and basic services.
Social welfare policies have been employed as a means of distributing new wealth to citizens of countries by their respective governments. Even though this provides a uniform method of boosting each citizen’s wealth it does not help to increase each citizen’s base income excluding money from grants. This leaves countries vulnerable to economic disaster caused by unforeseen weakening of demand for commodities or shake-ups in the world economy. Over-reliance on grants by citizens of a country could quickly plunge many into poverty when grants are either reduced or withdrawn entirely.
African countries must seek to actively build up their own domestic economies as they continue profiting from commodity trading to ensure that citizens are able to climb the social ladder without needing social grants as a life line. Creating a sustainable economy that is both diversified and allows for each citizen to support themselves via continual income from their work.
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