Today’s Solutions: June 09, 2023

The problem with foreign-aid donations is that they often fail to create the positive impact that donors had hoped for. Specifically, while large-scale efforts often improved infrastructure, they typically fell short on a key dimension: bring greater democracy and inclusiveness to decision-making in rural areas. Having learned from the mistakes of previous foreign-aid campaigns, some groups are getting creative in their attempts to boost rural economies.

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