Examining Nigeria: Lending Institutions Health Care System and Human Capital Name Professor Course Institution Date Overview of Nigeria Nigeria is an African country that has incessantly been a consolidation of multiple cultures and citizens that have been dominated by the British administration. The various administration regimes in Nigeria have promised to revamp the country’s economic political and social development. Although Nigeria is not viewed as a donor-reliant economy most important health interventions are largely funded by international financial institutions. That’s said the country tussles with the complications of bad debts as well as run-down of foreign sources impeding its capacity to creatively generate resources to provide public services and sustain the myriad programs for the interests of the citizens. However most international financial institutions in Nigeria accentuates on supporting the government in establishing and leveraging institutions and systems that will help in delivering good governance. In the recent years with the World Bank in implementing the program referred to as Saving One Million Lives which was supported by over US $ 500 million. Subsequently many people in Nigeria were salvaged from various avertible diseases through the initiative. However nearly every regime in Nigeria has been associated with misappropriation of the foreign aids and hence the citizens should be vigilant on the utilization of these funds (Balk 2012). References Report: Nigeria 2013. (2013). Place of publication not identified: Oxford Business Group retrieved from www.org World Population & Human Capital in the Twenty-First Century. (2017). Retrieved from www.org century/oclc/1010142071 Balk A. P. (2012). Balderdash: A treatise on ethics. Helsinki: Thelema. Retrieved from www.org Williams L. (2011). Nigeria. Chalfont St. Peter: Bradt Travel Guides. Retrieved fromwww.world.org International Monetary Fund. & Nigeria. (2015). Nigeria: Poverty reduction strategy paper : National Economic Empowerment and Development Strategy. Washington D.C: International Monetary Fund. Retrieved from www.world.org reduction-strategy-paper-national-economic-empowerment-and-development-s trategy/oclc/745123419 [...]
Use the Internet to research one (1) developing nation of your choice. Your research should include an examination of lending institutions, health care, and human capital, as well as the material covered by the Webtext and lectures in Weeks 6 through 9. Write a three to four (3-4) page research paper in which you: Explore whether or not funding from international lending institutions like the World Bank and the IMF are helping or hindering the social, economic, or political development of the country that you have selected. Support your response with examples. Discuss, with examples, at least four (4) substantive ways in which a healthy population strengthens the economy of the country that you have selected. Ascertain the degree to which the leadership of your chosen country has used foreign aid to improve its health care system. Support your response with concrete examples. Use at least five (5) quality academic resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia, blogs, and other nonacademic websites do not qualify as academic resources. Approval of resources is at the instructor's discretion. Resources must also be within the last seven (7) years. When referencing the selected resources, please use the following format: Webtext Format: Name of the author. Name of title. Retrieved from website url. Example: Soomo. Understanding Development [Webtext]. Retrieved from www.webtexts.com Lecture Format: Name of the Author. Name of the lecture [lecture type]. Retrieved from lecture url. Example: Strayer University. (2013). Understanding Development [PowerPoint slides]. Retrieved from /bbcswebdav/institution/SOC/300/1136/Week1/lecture/story.html. Internet Resources: Author's Name. (Date of publication). Title of the resource. Retrieved from website url. Example: Wuestewald, Eric. (2014). Portraits of people living on a dollar a day. Retrieved from www.motherjones.com Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements: Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions. Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.