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Discussing Aid System with a Light Touch
Written by Ndesanjo Macha On 14 March 2014 @ 11:19 am | No Comments
In Development, Disaster, English, Humanitarian Response, Humor, Quick Reads, WORLD
This blog  takes a satirical view of aid system in the world:
Stuff Expat Aid Workers Like is an ongoing series of sometimes satirical, sometimes ironic, usually humorous (but sometimes dead serious), always honest vignettes of the humanitarian aid industry from the inside. Sometimes we want to complain about one of the many ills of the Aid System. Other times we celebrate that same system. Sometimes we expose odd behaviors we recognize in ourselves. Sometimes we call out things we see other Expat Aid Workers doing that we find humorous or offensive. Sometimes we attempt to impress you with our erudition as we explicate the subtle nuances of ethics and morality where cultures and world views collide. Sometimes we will be harsh (it’s a harsh world out there). Sometimes we try to set the record straight. Sometimes all we want is to one-up you with a story of how we’ve suffered in the field.
We are aid workers. We are expats. This is the stuff we like.
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