If the old vessel is foundering, don't cling to the wreckage -- build a new boat
In 2011, Zambia was classified as a low-middle-income country, which had many economic and other implications for the country. Among the most visible implications was the progressive withdrawal of international aid, a trend which has continued unabated since 2011 despite the fact that more than 60 per cent of the Zambian population lives below the poverty line.
Alliance issue: Philanthropy's Developers; June 2018, Volume 23, Number 2.
Title: A journey to community philanthropy in Zambia
Publication date 2018-05-29
Publication Year 2018
, Tarisai Jangara
Africa (Southern) / Zambia
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