News and analysis
January 13, 2013

Development Groups Fail to Put Communities First, Says Former Aid Worker

Publisher: Seal Press, 1700 Fourth Street, Berkeley, Calif. 94710; (510) 595-3664;; 304 pages; $16.00; ISBN-13: 978-1580054348.

Humanitarian programs are plagued by poor management and do little to help the people they serve, says Tori Hogan, author of Beyond Good Intentions: A Journey Into the Realities of International Aid. A former aid worker and founder of a company that...

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