And let them work out things on their own or start large scale projects there?
It’s clear that the aid we send there doesn’t get to the people but instead goes into the pockets of the rulers.
For example in 2015 Kenya received $752 million in aid. Where did it go to? I’ve been to Kenya twice (three weeks in 2005 staying with a family and again in 2015 doing a project). Although Kenya has changed quite a bit like the airport, the roads (which some were built by the Chinese), I seriously doubt that the money has seen the light of day.
So is it time to force our governments to start building schools and colleges in Africa for young people so that the next generation of leaders are less corrupt and less tribalistic? Wouldn’t that be a good project to start in an African country like Kenya? Or is this perhaps a business for the US, UK and other countries?
What do you think?