A stunning personal narrative of best intentions gone awry, Michael Maren, at one time an aid worker and journalist in Somalia, writes of the failure of international charities. Michael Maren spent years in Africa, first as an aid worker, later as a journalist, where he witnessed at a harrowing series of wars, famines, and natural disasters. In this book, he claims that charities, such as CARE and Save the Children, are less concerned with relief than we think. Maren also attacks the United Nation's qhumanitarianq missions are controlled by agribusinesses and infighting bureaucrats.In this book, he claims that charities, such as CARE and Save the Children, are less concerned with relief than we think.
|Title||:||The Road to Hell|
|Publisher||:||Simon and Schuster - 2009-11-24|