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The Potential Role of the Co-op System in sub-Saharan Africa
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The problem of exploitation in Africa? Africa and sub-Sahara Africa in particular are characterised by: Widespread and abject Poverty of its people, to an extent that most are deprived of the most basic necessities: food, healthcare, education, etc. Very rich natural resources, including above ground and underground resources, ranging from a very arable soil, natural hydroelectric potential of its rivers, to abundant reserves of mineral resources,. How can such widespread poverty co-exist side by side with so abundant mineral wealth and other natural wealth? The answer lies in the Exploitation of its people and its natural resources through various forms of profit driven investors activities.
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The spirit, or core values of the co-op system and its potential role in sub- Sahara Africa? Collective/group approach Collective strength, financially and otherwise, capable of helping people
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