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Title Cooperating out of poverty : the renaissance of the African cooperative movement / Patrick Develtere, Ignace Pollet and Fredrick Wanyama, eds. ; International Labour Office, Cooperative Programme (EMP/COOP), ILO Office Dar es Salaam, COOP Africa, World Bank Institute.
Publication Info Dar es Salaam : ILO, 2008.



Descript xxii, 372 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Contents Foreword / Jose M. Salazar-Xirinachs & Frannie A. Léautier -- Introduction / Patrick Develtere, Ignace Pollet & Fredrick O. Wanyama Executive Summary -- Part One: Cooperatives on the African continent -- Chapter 1: Cooperative development in Africa up to the 1990s / Patrick Develtere -- Chapter 2: Renaissance of African cooperatives in the 21st century: lessons from the field / Patrick Develtere & Ignace Pollet -- Part Two: Cooperatives in 11 African countries -- Chapter 3: The qualitative and quantitative growth of the cooperative movement in Kenya / Fredrick O. Wanyama -- Chapter 4: Growth without structures: the cooperative movement in Ethiopia / Teigist Lemma -- Chapter 5: Uganda: starting all over again / Herment A. Mrema -- Chapter 6: The cooperative sector in Ghana: small and big business / Anthony K. Tsekpo -- Chapter 7: Political and genuine cooperatives in Enugu State, Nigeria / Anselm Enete -- Chapter 8: Bad memories, good prospects: cooperatives in Niger / Sanda Maman Sani -- Chapter 9: The Egyptian cooperative movement: between State and Market / Mohamed H. Abdel Aal -- Chapter 10: Surviving on the islands: cooperatives in Cape Verde / João Gomes Mendonça --Chapter 11: Jump-starting the Rwandan cooperative movement / Jean Damascène Nyamwasa -- Chapter 12: Cooperatives in South Africa: a movement (re-)emerging / Jan Theron -- Chapter 13: The Senegalese cooperative movement: embedded in the social Economy / Abdou Salam Fall -- Chapter 14: The invisible, but resilient African cooperatives: some concluding remarks / Fredrick O. Wanyama.
Note Traces the historical path of cooperatives and trends since the 1990s. Gives examples from eleven countries in Africa of successful, genuine and economically viable cooperatives, and how they create economic opportunities and a basic level of social protection and security, and provide their members with voice and representation.
ISBN 9789221207221
9221207226
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Subject Cooperative societies -- Africa -- History.
Alt author International Labour Office.
International Labour Organization. Office for Kenya, Somalia, Tanzania, and Uganda.
World Bank Institute.
Develtere, Patrick.
Pollet, Ignace.
Wanyama, Fredrick.
Descript xxii, 372 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Contents Foreword / Jose M. Salazar-Xirinachs & Frannie A. Léautier -- Introduction / Patrick Develtere, Ignace Pollet & Fredrick O. Wanyama Executive Summary -- Part One: Cooperatives on the African continent -- Chapter 1: Cooperative development in Africa up to the 1990s / Patrick Develtere -- Chapter 2: Renaissance of African cooperatives in the 21st century: lessons from the field / Patrick Develtere & Ignace Pollet -- Part Two: Cooperatives in 11 African countries -- Chapter 3: The qualitative and quantitative growth of the cooperative movement in Kenya / Fredrick O. Wanyama -- Chapter 4: Growth without structures: the cooperative movement in Ethiopia / Teigist Lemma -- Chapter 5: Uganda: starting all over again / Herment A. Mrema -- Chapter 6: The cooperative sector in Ghana: small and big business / Anthony K. Tsekpo -- Chapter 7: Political and genuine cooperatives in Enugu State, Nigeria / Anselm Enete -- Chapter 8: Bad memories, good prospects: cooperatives in Niger / Sanda Maman Sani -- Chapter 9: The Egyptian cooperative movement: between State and Market / Mohamed H. Abdel Aal -- Chapter 10: Surviving on the islands: cooperatives in Cape Verde / João Gomes Mendonça --Chapter 11: Jump-starting the Rwandan cooperative movement / Jean Damascène Nyamwasa -- Chapter 12: Cooperatives in South Africa: a movement (re-)emerging / Jan Theron -- Chapter 13: The Senegalese cooperative movement: embedded in the social Economy / Abdou Salam Fall -- Chapter 14: The invisible, but resilient African cooperatives: some concluding remarks / Fredrick O. Wanyama.
Note Traces the historical path of cooperatives and trends since the 1990s. Gives examples from eleven countries in Africa of successful, genuine and economically viable cooperatives, and how they create economic opportunities and a basic level of social protection and security, and provide their members with voice and representation.
ISBN 9789221207221
9221207226
Subject Cooperative societies -- Africa -- History.
Alt author International Labour Office.
International Labour Organization. Office for Kenya, Somalia, Tanzania, and Uganda.
World Bank Institute.
Develtere, Patrick.
Pollet, Ignace.
Wanyama, Fredrick.

Subject Cooperative societies -- Africa -- History.
Descript xxii, 372 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Contents Foreword / Jose M. Salazar-Xirinachs & Frannie A. Léautier -- Introduction / Patrick Develtere, Ignace Pollet & Fredrick O. Wanyama Executive Summary -- Part One: Cooperatives on the African continent -- Chapter 1: Cooperative development in Africa up to the 1990s / Patrick Develtere -- Chapter 2: Renaissance of African cooperatives in the 21st century: lessons from the field / Patrick Develtere & Ignace Pollet -- Part Two: Cooperatives in 11 African countries -- Chapter 3: The qualitative and quantitative growth of the cooperative movement in Kenya / Fredrick O. Wanyama -- Chapter 4: Growth without structures: the cooperative movement in Ethiopia / Teigist Lemma -- Chapter 5: Uganda: starting all over again / Herment A. Mrema -- Chapter 6: The cooperative sector in Ghana: small and big business / Anthony K. Tsekpo -- Chapter 7: Political and genuine cooperatives in Enugu State, Nigeria / Anselm Enete -- Chapter 8: Bad memories, good prospects: cooperatives in Niger / Sanda Maman Sani -- Chapter 9: The Egyptian cooperative movement: between State and Market / Mohamed H. Abdel Aal -- Chapter 10: Surviving on the islands: cooperatives in Cape Verde / João Gomes Mendonça --Chapter 11: Jump-starting the Rwandan cooperative movement / Jean Damascène Nyamwasa -- Chapter 12: Cooperatives in South Africa: a movement (re-)emerging / Jan Theron -- Chapter 13: The Senegalese cooperative movement: embedded in the social Economy / Abdou Salam Fall -- Chapter 14: The invisible, but resilient African cooperatives: some concluding remarks / Fredrick O. Wanyama.
Note Traces the historical path of cooperatives and trends since the 1990s. Gives examples from eleven countries in Africa of successful, genuine and economically viable cooperatives, and how they create economic opportunities and a basic level of social protection and security, and provide their members with voice and representation.
Alt author International Labour Office.
International Labour Organization. Office for Kenya, Somalia, Tanzania, and Uganda.
World Bank Institute.
Develtere, Patrick.
Pollet, Ignace.
Wanyama, Fredrick.
ISBN 9789221207221
9221207226

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