Capital In Kenya

Over the last 50 years more than 1 trillion dollars in development related aid has been transferred from rich countries to the continent of Africa and yet many would argue that it has not achieved anything near sustainable economic growth or meaningful poverty reduction. This episode of the Glass Bead Game travels to Kisumu, Kenya in order to understand the concept of Aid – Free Development.

What does it mean for one country to consider itself more developed than another? What role does Government, Business or NGO play in addressing the energy and food needs for some of the poorest people on the planet? And how do those on the ground carrying out development understand their motivations for the work they do?

#Development#Permaculture#Sustainableenergy

This episode features:

Caleb Odondi Omollo

Founder Of 'Sustainable Village Resources'

Dr Sam Duby

Co Founder of SteamaCo

Elin Duby

Resilience Design Consultant

Frederick Eikmann

MPSEA Agent

Robert Byrne

Lecturer (SPRU - Science Policy Research Unit) at the University Of Sussex

Discussion:

  1. Thanks, great article.

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