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...orked At the Goldman Sachs and the World Bank, has joined Easterly with her new book Dead aid, they both argue that aid does more harm than help. There are some amazingly generous people out there one of these people go by Heifer, Susan Sarandon Traveled to Cambodia to see Heifers work in person,She was watching as he worked for the passing Gift Ceremony where families who are able to get food, give their female livestock offspring to the poor. Susan Says that it was a heart moving experience. Poverty and world hunger are major epidemics in the world and we must increase public awareness. hundreds of thousands are dying every day from diseases, and starvation. We as human beings must help one another, because they are suffering we must be aware of what is right in front of our eyes. the death toll from starvation is astonishing. It makes me appreciate what I have.
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