Relentless Pursuit of Wisdom and Liberty

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Wednesday, January 05, 2005

Doctors Without Borders: "Thank you all, but we've got enough"

Doctors Without Borders has issued a statement asking people to stop sending them donations for the aid of the Asian tsunami victims - they've got enough money to accomplish what their staff and resources can realistically accomplish. This is a very welcome sign of honesty and integrity in a sometimes very greedy and bureaucratically wasteful private charity industry. Interesting that other NGOs are protesting this stance (oh, and the humanitarian aid director of the UN also). Read here for more.


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