Aid and Other Dirty Business: How Good Intentions Have Failed the World’s Poor by Giles Bolton
When Giles Bolton began working in the world of aid and development he travelled to Africa convinced that he could solve problems save villages and sing songs with the locals under a shimmering sunset
ISBN: 9780091914356 SKU: 2030301001350
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