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This study is concerned with the effects of foreign aids on national development. (a case study of foreign health aids to nigeria from (1999-2003). The topic attempt to examine the effect of health aids in nigeria economy from 1999-2003. The world health organization is a specialized agency of the united nations (un) that acts as the coordinating authority on international public health. They also control outbreak of infections, diseases, influenza hiv/aids. They also sponsor programmes to prevent and treat such diseases. Questionnaire were distributed among the staff of world health organization (who) at yusur nations street off yakubu gowon way asokoro, abuja in finding out what they think about health aids received by nigeria from developed countries using table of frequency and percentage in collecting the data. Collected data were analyzed and discussed in the fourth chapter. Percentage techniques were employed in the analysis based on the analysis major findings were made which formed the bedrock of some recommendation made by the researcher the findings that developed countries attach strings to the aids they give to developing nations. The world health organization has helped towards reducising the rate of malaria through the provision of mosquito nets and polio in nigeria. Also executors of projects should not embezzle money allocated for health aids but should use the money judiciously.
Title page i
Approval page ii
Table of contents v
1.1 Background of the study 2
1.2 Statement of the problem 3
1.3 Purpose of the study 4
1.4 Significance of the study 5
1.5 Research question 6
1.6 Scope of the study 7
1.7 Limitations of the study 7
1.7 Definitions of terms 8
2.0 Introduction 10
2.1 Historical Background of the study 10
2.2 Concept of foreign aid 12
2.3 Types of foreign aids 19
2.4 Purpose of foreign aids by giving nations 23
2.5 Advantages and disadvantages of foreign aids 25
2.6 Foreign Health aids in Nigeria from 1999
to 2003 27
2.7 Responses to the aids epidemic 30
2.8 Theoretical framework 30
2.9 Summary of Literature review 31
3.1 Design of the study 33
3.2 Area of the study 34
3.3 Population of the study 34
3.4 Instrument for data collection 35
3.6 Validity and reliability of the instrument 35
3.7 Distribution and retrieval of the instrument 36
3.8 Method of analysis 36
4.0 Data presentation and analysis 38
4.1 Presentation of findings 38
4.2 Discussion/Analysis of finding 47
SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
5.1 Summary of findings 51
5.2 Conclusion 52
5.3 Recommendation 53
Imperialism has been the most powerful force in the world history. It means the process whereby the dominant politico-economic interest of a nation dominate the raw material and markets of another people. Imperialism can also be defined as a policy extending a country’s power and influence by establishing colonies. Foreign and has been said to be a situation whereby developing county gets money and other aids to solve their problems for the good of the masses or citizens. There is no developing county that is not in one way of the other colonial before independence, looking at the third world countries, most especially Africa and using Nigeria as a study, one will begin to wonder what the county has been doing with the different kinds of aids it has been receiving.
This study is prompted by the poverty level in the county despite huge foreign aids over the year. According to the 2008 world fact book about Nigeria it says that the unemployed rate is 5.8% population below poverty line 60%. It is also recorded that a Nigerian lives below one dollar which is one hundred and fifty naira in Nigeria Currency.
They county (Nigeria received huge sum of money from different organization including the United States of America for improving health sector in the country yet the death rate has increased with children dying by malaria everyday).
During the regime of President Olusegu Obasanjo 1999-2007. The issues of foreign aid was outstanding most especially on borrowing to move the country forward and also on gaining debt forgiveness from the Paris Club which Nigeria owes about thirty billion dollars. Some politicians and scholars believed that getting foreign aids in farm of loan was needed while some said no the idea because it will increase the nations debt profile and make the nation to apply the condition usually attached to such loans.
It appears that foreign aid when harnessed fully and effectively used by the developing nations will actually lead to development. Also, the leading nations and international agencies that give loans should reduce their interest rate and other strings they attach to aid; the main problem of this study.
Includes an attempt to see whether Nigeria should continue to depend on the foreign aid it has been receiving and whether it will lead to the country’s development and whether the politicians and others incharge of allocating resources will be judicious in the application of fund meant for projects.
This study is an attempt to investigate the effects of foreign aid on the economy of developing nations. In this study also we will look at the advantages and disadvantages of foreign aids. The main issue to be probed in this study are whether countries that offer foreign aid like USA, Britain, France etc attach strings or conduction to the aid given to the developing nations? Whether the receiving nation (developing nations use the foreign aid judiciously.
The significance of this research is to throw more light on the study that will generally give information to the members of the public, people in the public sectors, students specifically to the students of public administration department. Thus information will openly show us how foreign aids is been used in Nigeria, if the aid is selfishly embezzled or if the aid is judicially used.
Academically, thus study will help students and researches aid even financial manages as well as the people in the public sector to know what foreign aid is, how it is used and what is has impacted on the developing nations etc Nigeria.
This study is on the effects of foreign aids to national development with emphasis on foreign health aid to Nigeria between (1999-2003). This study will look into the way foreign aids helps nations to develop and if it actually does.
The research is affected by many problems, there was limited resources in terms of finances that is lack of fund to travel in search of data. Also no availability of current relevant text that will give adequate information was virtually unavailable. Furthermore, administrative bureaucracy, time constraint also did a lot in hindering perfect collection of necessary data for the project work.
Finally, another challenge faced by the researcher in this study is the attitude of some people in giving out the necessary data required.
For the purpose if this study, the following definitions will be used.
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