Fri, 27 Jul 2012 7:00p.m.
When you give money to aid projects in the developing world, does it actually get to the people in need?
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28/07/2012 2:26:55 p.m.
Ask Rev. Mareta how donated material ended up for sale in her shops. God apparently helps those who help themselves. Hemi gud nao,supos iu go lo haus blo Jesus hem ok for putim finger blong iu insaet lo till blong olketa. Me no save tu mun.
27/07/2012 10:17:20 p.m.
Christine Kerr wrote:
Great story Anna thanks TV3
27/07/2012 9:56:25 p.m.
Seumas Fantham wrote:
Just wanted to say good on you TV3 for doing this report in Te Reo Maori! Big ups to everyone involved
27/07/2012 9:24:02 p.m.
Yes money donated does get through, but what kind of percentage?In some overseas studies as little as 4% was actually getting to the needy that the fundraising was for, ie 96% was being skimmed off by this/that organisation in the middle.
27/07/2012 8:58:25 p.m.
I live in cambodia and see the aid agencies here driving around in brand new hilux utes and living in mansions. I certainly wont be donating to funds such as unicef or save the children as they are very visible here in their flash vehicles
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