Modernisation and Aid

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Why is Aid crucial?
It's crucial for take off in industrialisation.
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Who outlined the 5 stages to development?
Rostow
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What is Aid spent on?
Technicians and experts to develop industry and modernise agriculture.
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How did Aid aim to challenge cultural attitudes?
Set up meritocratic education systems, improving literacy levels, ending patriarchy and family planning.
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How would local economies be boosted?
By businesses investing in local business.
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What would this investment lead to?
Stiumlation and the boost of local economies.
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What were the main successes of Aid in the 1950's?
Life expectancy, infant mortality and literacy levels increased.
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What were the main failures of Aid in the 1970's?
The gap between rich and poor (relative and absolute) widened, diseases still existed (TB and Malaria) and countries which had been given lots of Aid still remained poor (Bangladesh).
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Rostow

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