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Your Turn: How Are Poor Countries Portrayed By Aid Groups And The Media?

A boy carries a sack of grain from a dugout canoe to shore in the village of Ambohitsara in eastern Madagascar, characterized as a low-income country by the World Bank.

In the wake of the controversy over President Trump’s description of El Salvador, Haiti and African countries, global thinkers are asking if the aid community is partly to blame.

(Image credit: Samantha Reinders for NPR)

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