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By Andrew Emmanuel Okem

The publication outlines how cooperatives can be utilized as a device for improvement and reconciliation in post-conflict contexts. This e-book additionally examines the successes and demanding situations for rising and latest cooperatives in Africa, whereas supplying either functional classes and insights into the idea. It offers thoroughly new fabrics at the cooperative flow, opposed to a backdrop of accelerating worldwide popularity of the jobs of cooperatives and collective motion in socio-economic improvement. Readers are invited to contemplate how, as an financial version that seeks to boost member collective pursuits, cooperatives are beneficial instruments for human, monetary and social improvement. Social and human geographers locate this a remarkably impactful contribution to the literature surrounding cooperatives in Africa and cooperative conception as a rule. coverage specialists and scholars additionally locate the study informative and insightful.

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The chapter concludes with some recommendations on how the roles of cooperatives in post-conflict contexts can be further strengthened and enhanced. 2 Development, Peacebuilding and Post-conflict Reconstruction Broadly speaking, economic development includes “all economic, social, technical and institutional changes that occur jointly to improve living standards” (Emmanuel and Macpherson 2007, p. 19). Based on this definition, development has various dimensions and elements. In one dimension, development is achieved by focusing on job creation because, in many cases, low levels of economic production, unemployment, economic marginalisation and exclusion and high levels of poverty are the underlying causes of conflicts.

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