Interesting reading: ‘An Impact Revolution in Aid’

Caring is easy. Making a difference is hard. This problem faced by anyone working in global health and development is felt most acutely when trying to improve the knowledge and change the behavior of the poor and underserved and provide them access to relevant social services. International aid is beset by accusations that a decent hunk of what we spend trying to address malnutrition, give kids an education, or prevent unnecessary deaths disappears in corruption and bureaucracy. Does Development Impact Bonds(DIBs) – an offspring of the Social Development Bonds (or Pay for Success Bonds’ and ‘Social Benefit Bonds’) that are being rolled out in rich countries provide a new opportunity?? See more at:

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