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Student of Abaarso School goes to Harvard. Alternative development?

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/13/opinion/sunday/nicholas-kristof-from-somaliland-to-harvard.html?_r=1

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My extravagant life and its relationship to poverty reduction

As a foreigner working in development field in developing countries, I gotta have a dilemma that potentially compromises the success of the projects: am I living here like a foreigner or like a local? For the projects to be effective, I must think like the locals. And so as to do so, I first have … Continue reading “My extravagant life and its relationship to poverty reduction”

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