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News Briefing: Confusion on Where Money Lent via Kiva Goes

By Kate Golden on November 9, 2009No Comment
  • Kiva overhauls its explanation of how it works after a blog post questions its claims of direct loans.  [New York Times]
  • The Wall Street Journal offers a special Philanthropy report. 
  • Venture Philanthropy Partners announces a $4.5 million grant to Year Up.  [Washington Post]
  • One Laptop Per Child, one of the most ambitious design projects of recent times, is still criticized by many.  [New York Times]
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