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Haiti two years on: beyond relief, beyond belief

Haiti is not just recovering from the earthquake but from the political and economic interventions of recent decades, as Phillip Wearne explains.

Filed in: Development (Aid) Disasters Haiti NGOs

Haiti: where did all the money go?

More than $10 billion was raised worldwide for Haiti after the earthquake. But, two years on, what have NGOs done with the cash? Nick Harvey investigates.

Filed in: Development (Aid) Disasters Haiti NGOs

Podcast: Sally Healy on the East Africa famine

Sally Healy, Associate Fellow of the African Programme at Chatham House, discusses the politicization of aid to Somalia in our latest Radio NI interview.

Filed in: Hunger NGOs Somalia

Should foreign investment replace aid for Africa?

Donu Kogbara and Dereje Alemayehu go head to head - join the debate in this month’s Argument.

Filed in: Development (Aid) Trade

How foreign policy blunders helped create the famine in Somalia

Playing politics with aid has laid the foundations for the world’s worst humanitarian disaster, says Mark Bradbury.

Filed in: Conflict Development Hunger Politics Somalia

Applause: Avaaz

Avaaz, the largest global movement on the web, is giving the world a voice.

Filed in: NGOs

Trade Justice

What is it? Vanessa Baird embarks upon a journey of discovery.

Filed in: Development (Aid) Fair Trade Trade

Introducing.. The Great Tradomino!

A famous illusionist reveals tricks of the trade.

Filed in: Development (Aid) Fair Trade Trade

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The big charity bonanza

Big international non-governmental organizations (bingos) are getting bigger but not better. David Ransom argues for a change of direction.

Filed in: Development Development (Aid)

Tsunami business

It could have been their finest hour. But Mari Marcel Thekaekara encountered bad behaviour by bingos after the tsunami in Tamil Nadu.

Filed in: Disasters NGOs

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