Scottish philanthropist Sir Ian Wood created a successful business in the oil and gas industry before setting up The Wood Foundation in 2007. As he explains to Alliance editor Charles Keidan, his business and philanthropy are two sides of the same coin. In his philanthropic work in East Africa, where he is known for his pioneering 'tea philanthropy', he employs many of the same principles and approaches as he has as a businessman. Philanthropy, he argues, is not just -- perhaps not even primarily -- about giving money. Alliance issue: Philanthropy's Developers; June 2018, Volume 23, Number 2.
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- International Development
- Nonprofits and Philanthropy
- Africa (Eastern)
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