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Isn’t it time we redefine success in charities?

Isn’t it time we redefine success in charities?

Never in the history of humankind have we had more potential to act. There are more charities than ever, more people volunteering overseas, more crowdfunding campaigns to support at a click of a button.

And yet, amongst all of this good work, there is the underlying paradox of the entire charity sector. It is a commonly held belief that for a charity to exist, someone must remain suffering.

In developing countries, how do we make foreign aid truly redundant?

In developing countries, how do we make foreign aid truly redundant?

Recently, I was interviewed by Devex, a media platform on global development, about how international NGOs working in developing countries can truly make themselves redundant – by planning and executing their own exit. Here’s a few excerpts from the full (paywalled) interview by Lisa Cornish. — It has been almost three months since the Humanitarian Institute announced itsRead more about In developing countries, how do we make foreign aid truly redundant?[…]