G-8 Group Pledge For Double Aid To Africa

The G8 is a group of developed countries like Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia and the United States .All these nations of G-8 group promised to step up cooperation against Africa’s poverty. For this goal they pledged to double the donation amount to Africa by 2010. The G8 agreed on the need for concrete cooperation with fast-growing emerging donors such as China and India.

To achieve this motive, G-8 groups made transparency in aid policies with new donors. They also made efforts to encourage sustainability of aid and good governance, which are not corrupt and that can eliminate rich-poor gaps very effectively. The goal always has to remain constant and everybody is related to the millennium goals. These goals aim to achieve targets including halving extreme poverty and halting the spread of HIV/AIDS in limited or depleted areas by 2015.

The aid money, which had been donated used for education, health care systems and other serious problems.