Thursday, February 24, 2005

Foreign Policy: Diagnosis for Disaster

Foreign Policy: Diagnosis for Disaster: "Diagnosis for Disaster

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Posted February 2004

While the rest of the aid community was holding concerts and fundraising drives for the victims of the recent tsunami in South Asia, Doctors Without Borders/M�decins Sans Fronti�res (MSF) called on the public to stop donating to its tsunami relief fund, as it had raised all the money it needed. FP spoke with Nicolas de Torrent�, executive director of MSF in the United States, about the public�s response to disaster relief, the dangerous world aid workers inhabit, and how the United States is inadvertently putting aid workers in the cross hairs.
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