NGO Criticises Africa’s Overdependence on Aid

NGO criticised African countries' reliance on international donors to fight diseases

AIDS Strategy, Advocacy and Policy (ASAP), a NGO, says African countries' reliance on international donors to fight diseases is making funding countries' struggles to deliver required resources on the continent difficult.

ASAP executive director, Robin Gorna, says the Global Fund had counterpart financing requirement for recipient countries to place a lot of local financial resources in the fight against TB, Malaria and HIV and AIDS.

Gorna, argues that what concerns and saddens him is the level of dependence that many African states have on the international community, adding that despite the moral obligation of the donor community to support them, they are not meeting the needs of their own citizens by using their own resources in the health sector.

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Source: 
The Post Online

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