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    Title: The impact of foreign aid to the development of Sao Tome and Principe : the specific case of Taiwan
    Other Titles: 外援飛往聖多美與普林西發展的影響 : 台灣的具體情況
    Authors: 卡西雅;Tiny, Cynthia
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士班
    Keywords: 外國援助;聖多美與普林西比;台灣;聯合國千年發展目標;foreign aid;Development;Sao Tome and Principe;Taiwan;Millennium development goals
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 09:18:22 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 如同其他非洲地區國家,聖多美與普林西比也高度依賴來自國際間的外國援助。自1975年由葡萄牙獨立後聖多美與普林西比的國家發展並未迅速走向繁榮,自今仍多仰賴幾個友好國家的援助,而其中最為友善且提供助力的國家即是台灣。
    Sao Tome and Principe as many African countries is highly dependent on foreign aid. Since its independence from Portugal the country has not made many strives towards a prosperous development. Due to its dependence on aid the country has aligned it self with a few partners one of the most important being Taiwan.
    This research seeks to analyze the countries development from 1990 to 2011, which constitutes the period of time Taiwan and Sao Tome and Principe became diplomatic allies. This research will also demonstrate Taiwan''s contribution to Sao Tome and Principe to attain the Millennium Development Goals (MGD). The MDGS are used here as tool to measure the country''s developmental growth. Due to its multidisciplinary character and main focus on development it is therefore very suitable for this research.
    Taiwan foreign aid has impacted the health sector in Sao Tome and Principe more specifically with the fight against malaria that was a scourge for the country. Thanks to Taiwan this disease is under control and affects a smaller number of the population. Furthermore Taiwan also helped build a new electrical plant that has resolved the countries deficit with electrical power. The cooperation between these two countries has been positive however Sao Tome and Principe needs to invest further in its development.
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