Effects on Indigenous Peoples

Many of the development projects that began in the years after World War II gave little thought as to how such projects would affect local populations, other than assuming that they would benefit. While attitudes in development agencies have changed in recent years, the belief still remains that indigenous peoples can adapt quickly, once they are presented with the benefits offered by developed societies. The following case studies show that this assumption is not necessarily true (Box 4.3).

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