These are two concepts which seem to mesh easily, but aren’t always intuitive or in practice on the continent of Africa. Historically, Africa’s challenges have been addressed, and at times further burdened, by mostly well-intentioned assistance from those in other parts of the world. But what about those voices who face these challenges daily and for whom the stakes are not just about furthering short-term opportunities, or meeting a development indicator, but are more personal and enmeshed in a sense of tradition, history and legacy?
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Date: 07 March 2014