Experts argue a number of the problems in the aid sector can be traced to the way organisations treat the people they are working to "develop."
Altruistic doctors, even those who are American citizens, are afraid to leave the country for fear they won’t be allowed back in.
After President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf dissolved the chapter's national board earlier this week, senior managers convened for a meeting. Then the police arrived.
Intended to improve government and grow businesses, the 110 billion in aid became a crutch that sustained kleptocrats and stifled entrepreneurship, the report says.
From fighting forest fires to clearing land mines to rescuing migrants in the Mediterranean, the private sector often addresses international security issues better than governments can.
I shot up in bed to the sound of a roaring crack along with the most intense vibrating I've ever felt in my life. It was getting stronger and stronger. I didn't know what was happening.
After taking in more than 600,000 refugees, Jordan appears to be tiring of its role and is now expelling Syrians.