The Baringo kid: confrontations with Africa

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The Baringo Kid is an eyewitness account of daily life among an expatriate development aid community in East Africa during the end of the Cold War. Based on the author's personal experience while working with several aid organizations, including the United Nations, it turns a lens on the lives of Africans, ordinary and extraordinary, and often unabashedly mercenary non-African expats with whom they for years shared a relationship of mutual aid and exploitation.

The Baringo Kid: Confrontations with Africa 2002, Upa, Lanham, MD

ISBN-13: 9780761822257

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The Baringo Kid: Confrontations with Africa 2000, Universal Publishers, Florida

ISBN-13: 9781581127072

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