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My point of view is that, aid to African countries must follow the country steps in good governance, democracy, fighting corruption, etc. It still really a big problem for some African countries to have a clear vision and leadership for their own development. Corruption and mismanagement still very high in many countries and few measures are taken. At another side, there is a good hope for some countries in African like Ghana, Mauritius, Rwanda, seychelles....which are demostrating a good will to improve good governance, good ressources management and leadership. Those countries of course must be supported. For exemple: Rwanda is among the poorest in the world. But with a high leadership and a clear vision, this country is doing miracles in service delivery, citizen participation, gender, and fighting corruption. Thank you.