• President, PHM International
  • Board Member:
  • Senior Advisor:
       Kilimanjaro International
  • Advisory Board
       School of Business, IRSC

Remarkable Meetings


  • Top 10 Plus One Global Healthcare Trends
  • The Day After Tomorrow by Canuto & Marcelo
  • Dead Aid by Dambisa Moyo
  • Establishing Private Health Care Facilities in Developing Countries by Osifo-Dawodu & Seung-Hee Nah
  • And more Recommendations


Dead Aid:
Why Aid is Not Working and How There is a Better Way for Africa

In 2004 I telephoned a colleague in Tanzania to say this would be the decade of Africa. For the first time on a national stage, Barack Obama had given a speech that would launch him to the world.

Dead AidBut that was a story of Africa's elite and their off spring. Dead Aid is a story of the persistent poverty and unintended consequences of a global aid policy. 

Dambisa Moyo, the author, states Africa's time is now. She writes in Dead Aid that Africans should grasp the means and opportunities for improving their quality of life.  After 50 years and more than $1 trillion in aid, is Africa, and are Africans better off?

Dead Aid is an illustration of how to move towards a market based methodology to fight desperate poverty and advance a region.

Dead Aid is available via Ms. Moyo's website and Amazon Books.