Context matters! Thinking about what you give

Diane Holt

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Abstract

Many of us when faced with someone who is in less fortunate circumstances than ourselves think what can I do to help? What can I give? But for those of us who are not millionaires much of what we give is related to what we can afford and what we think might be of use to someone. So we may think of giving someone who is hungry some food, sponsoring a child in school, or buying a copy of The Big Issue. For those travelling to low income communities many of us would like to bring something that may be useful to our host communities. But what do we bring?

This article presents some of the findings from the Trickle Out Project fieldwork looking about how we can make donations that are appropriate to on the ground conditions in less developing countries
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - May 2012

Keywords

  • donations
  • developing countries
  • trickle out africa
  • Kenya

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