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Working in the Third World with a degree of scepticism

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by Invisible, Jun 8, 2008.

  1. Invisible

    Invisible Admin Staff Member

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    Idealists leaving university and hoping to make a difference in a developing country may find the experience - and pay - is not as rewarding as they think, warns Peter Griffiths

    Peter Griffiths is the author of The Economist's Tale: A Consultant Encounters Hunger and the World Bank, published by Zed Books
     
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    MMMMM...h MAKUBWA HAYA...!
     
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    That's how they make money, these bastards come to Africa with minimum qualification and yet they get paid more than they deserve. It's our problem, we should make sure that no stupid Idiots come to work in our countries without proper qualifications if we need one.

    It doesn't make sense for the amount of money they get paid when in actual fact the majority of them use local staff for their works and pay them peanuts.
     
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    Ways for us/US to help Africa: Stop global warming, fairer agriculture trade, work 'on the ground' without pay. - Henry H., http://www.tea-a.org
     
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