Poverty 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 on Africa as a continent on core issues of development assistance and the provision of aids. This paper is segmented into the following: Abstract; Introduction; The meaning of poverty; Poverty Alleviation in Nigeria through Development Assistance: An Evaluation; Conclusion and Recommendations

Keywords: Poverty; Alleviation; Efficacy; Development Assistance; Models

Unique Article ID: GJPSA-116

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