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Using Storytelling to Discover Why Aid Projects So Often Fail

Seong Park

"From 2010 to 2013, GlobalGiving’s network in East Africa collected tens of thousands of narratives about any “community effort” that a citizen had been involved with. And while these narratives are not the whole story, I think they better reflect the opinions of the people than experts do. I’ve developed online tools that allow you to lump these 57,000 stories into collections for just about any question, and extend the data to cover your specific group or area, using this process..."

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