Title: Cooperating out of Poverty. The Renaissance of the African cooperative movement
Editors: Develtere, Patrick
Pollet, Ignace
Wanyama, Fredrick
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: ILO
Abstract: This publication is the result of a study programme undertaken in 2006 funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID) for the benefit of the African countries.

Chapters in the book: Chapter 1 Cooperative development in Africa up to the 1990's; Chapter 2 Renaissance of African cooperatives in the 21st century - lessons from the field; Chapter 3 The qualitative and quantitative growth of the cooperative movement in Kenya; Chapter 4 Growth without structures - the cooperative movement in Ethiopia; Chapter 5 Uganda - starting all over again; Chapter 6 The cooperative sector in Ghana - small and big business; Chapter 7 Political and Genuine Cooperatives in Enugu State - Nigeria; Chapter 8 Bad Memories, Good Prospects - Cooperatives in Niger; Chapter 9 The Egyptian co-operative movement - between State and Market; Chapter 10 Surviving on the islands - cooperatives in Cape Verde;Chapter 11 Jump-starting the Rwandan cooperative movement; Chapter 12 Cooperatives in South Africa - a movement (re)emerging; Chapter 13 The Senegalese cooperative movement - embedded in the social Economy; Chapter 14 The invisible, but resilient African cooperatives - some concluding remarks.
ISBN: 978-92-2-120722-1
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IBe
Appears in Collections:Leuven International and European Studies (LINES)
Research Group Sustainable Development

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