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The objective of this article was to explore State-NGO relations and their impact on development in Africa. This article employs a historical approach in the analysis of state-ngo relations. While Africa is still riddled with abject poverty, the HIV-AIDS pandemic, tuberculosis, hunger and preventable diseases like cholera malaria and other chronic threats that call for help from other actors other than the government itself (Shah, 2009 ) the state itself has failed to address these problems anddoi:10.5901/mjss.2013.v4n10p291 fatcat:pm5bworumnd5nkyl56mp4unsvy