Aug 29, 2016 · 1 min read

Interesting blog from Oxfam’s Duncan Green. See my comment that the main reason we don’t do well is we are too removed from the pain of poverty. It’s not that we don’t care enough to hustle and do well. It’s just poverty does not really touch our mornings, our parents or our children; reducing it is a job, when it could be a passion and vocation.


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Poor rural folk inspire me to raise my life. In return I try to help them succeed with their own ideas. Sustained agri-business-innovation.

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