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News Briefing: Kenyan Farmers’ Fate Caught Up in U.S. Aid Rules

By Kate Golden on July 31, 2007No Comment
  • Report from Oxfam International says poverty, hunger, and public health continue to worsen in Iraq.  [New York Times]
  • Entrepreneur philanthropists are changing the face of charitable giving in the U.S.  [Fortune Small Business]
  • Many museums search for new leaders and face difficulty filling post. [New York Times]
  • Long-term projects to help Africa’s rural poor feed themselves are chronically underfinanced, charities say.  [New York Times]
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