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Haiti: Testing the Limits of Government Aid and Philanthropy

Carol Adelman

Haiti is testing the limits of foreign aid, both public and private; it remains to be seen whether successful innovations in philanthropy and public-private partnerships stand a chance on this long-devastated island.

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