The Complex Context for Social Welfare and Human Capacity Strategies in Africa

Author: Katherine Marshall

February 6, 2024

This book chapter by Senior Fellow Katherine Marshall examines how Africa stands out, contrasted with other regions, for high inequalities; large youth populations; large numbers of people affected by deep, chronic poverty; highly precarious situations including protracted conflicts that have displaced millions; and countless creative strategies and programs to address the challenges. It was published in Faith-Based Organizations and Social Welfare: Associational Life and Religion in Contemporary Africa and Latin America, co-edited by Research Fellow Paul Manuel.

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