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< p>What does it feel like to be a citizen on the receiving end of international aid?
Financial mismanagement. Lay-offs of local and international staff. Inappropriate conduct by leadership. Finally, a visit planned from headquarters to see what’s going on. What do you do?
< p>I’ve been called a “thought leader” lately.
“Excuse me. What’s that you’re reading?” the woman wedged next to me in the busy restaurant asked.
After working in global health for over 30 years, Ruth Stark wrote a book to guide her daughter, Taryn, also an aid professional.
< p>Do you have a colleague that just won’t shut up about the fight he’s having with his sibling over their family's vacation home?
Re-posting this series from the early days of how-matters.org…
We don’t talk about our hearts nearly enough in international aid and philanthropy. But this Valentine’s Day seems like a good time to do so.
< p>After Sasha Rabsey, Founder and President of The HOW Fund (yes, obviously I love the synergy with how-matt