Povert Alleviation and the Efficacy of Development Assistance Models in Nigeria: An Appraisal
This paper seeks to establish the efficacy of development assistance in the alleviation of poverty in Nigeria. The flows of development assistance annually seem to be on the high side, yet, there is little or no significant evidence to show that the assistance received are being put into good use. This paper also provides recommendations to pervasive poverty in the country with passing remarks...
Published at International Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education
Volume Vol 1
Issue Issue 5
Published in 2014
Ibietan, J., Chidozie, C., and Ujara, E
Chidozie Felix » Dr Felix Chidozie is currently an international relations and conflict studies lecturer at Covenant University in Ota, Nigeria, having completed his PhD in 2014 (subject: Dependency or Cooperation? Nigeria-South Africa relations from 1960-2007). His principal research interests include foreign economic relations among emerging economies, development patterns in Africa, conflict studies, and... view full profile
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