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Global Philanthropy and Remittances: Reinventing Foreign Aid

Carol Adelman

Private philanthropy is remaking the landscape of international development assistance. Remarkable new players have emerged who are finding innovative ways to help the world’s poor, and, in the process, are transforming the concept of foreign aid.

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