Sort de l’Afrique face à la prolifération des modèles de développement : Analyse critique du Plan d’Action de Lagos et du Nouveau Partenariat pour le Développement de l’Afrique - CSN

Sort de l’Afrique face à la prolifération des modèles de développement : Analyse critique du Plan d’Action de Lagos et du Nouveau Partenariat pour le Développement de l’Afrique

Publication Date : 15/01/2024

DOI: 10.59228/rcst.023.v2.i4.60


Author(s) :

Liolocha Heradi Yannick, Lisimo Alingi Augustin .


Volume/Issue :
Volume 2
,
Issue 4
(01 - 2024)



Abstract :

Since the end of World War II, development has always been a major question. For example, in 1948 and 1949, the United Nations will hold meetings and resolutions on the problem of underdevelopment. At the Batoeng Conferences in 1955 and 1961, where third-world countries gathered, the international organizations expressed their greatest concern to avoid irreversible deterioration in the situation of poor countries.These organizations decided to dedicate the period 1960 to 1970 to the “decade of development”. Which are the different internal and external constraints at the bottom of the lack of emergence in Africa? The objective of our study is to seize the whole company, to understand the causes of failure, and to identify the various strategies of development models proposed for the departure of the African continent.We are using the comparative method and complementing it with documentary technology. In the final analysis, the examination of concrete facts revealed that the proposed solutions were not well suited to the unique circumstances of Africa. The absence of a holistic understanding of Africa's population, coupled with the insufficient local capital and political commitment among African leaders, shaped these models as autonomous and self-directed. This is particularly disheartening, considering that strategies rooted in Western approaches proved inadequate in meeting the pressing needs of Africans, spanning areas such as food security, education, community health, basic socio-economic infrastructure, and road development.


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