Better Days Around the Corner: Restoration of Hope, Self-confidence and the Desire to Succeed
Malawi has received significant financial aid from external donors over the past fours decades, but for one reason or another, this has not translated into meaningful development. This author argues that unless the Malawian people begin to address the internal sources of the problems, and the 'interior poverty' of the people, then the situation will worsen. He develops his thesis, explaining how he believes that transformation must happen at the level of the consciousness of individuals; and states that a majority must commit to taking a positive stance in working towards this end.
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