World Aid Experts Told: Think Local

“About 300 representatives from the public, private, non-profit and education sectors gathered at Microsoft on Monday to discuss global development. At the heart of the agenda was the vital role of empowering women and girls to combat poverty… A total of 114 Washington organizations are working on economic development, development and alleviation of poverty, 85 Evergreen State organizations conduct programs that improve global healths, and 85 state organizations contribute to climate, environmental and agricultural activities.”

World aid experts told: Think Local
Seattle Post-Intelligence | Posted by Joel Connelly | December 7, 2009