The devastation of the Haiti earthquakes and the lack of infrastructure for responding to the disaster have deepened an ongoing debate over foreign aid, international development, and helping the poorest of the world's poor. Jacqueline Novogratz, whose Acumen Fund is reinventing that landscape with what it calls "patient capitalism," is charting a third way between investment for profit and aid for free.
Krista's unedited conversation with Jacqueline Novogratz. She's the founder and CEO of the Acumen Fund and author of the memoir, "The Blue Sweater." Krista spoke with her on January 8, 2010, from the studios of American Public Media in St. Paul, Minnesota. She was in a private recording studio in New York City. This interview is included in our program "A Different Kind of Capitalism - Jacqueline Novogratz and the Reinvention of Aid."
See more at http://www.onbeing.org/program/different-kind-capitalism/50
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