Dependency mindset can be an unintended consequence of humanitarian aid

In this clip, Professor Saliba James discusses how households displaced by Boko Haram insurgency are trying to cope and rebuild their lives. He highlights how dependency mindset develops among households receiving aid, and how entrepreneurship can provide a pathway to more effective intervention for sustainable livelihood recovery among the displaced. This presentation was originally given at the International Symposium on Forced Displacement. The event held at De Montfort University Leicester UK, on June 12, 2019.

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