A Path Appears’ considers how and why we give

Can philanthropists save the world? NY Times columnist Nicholas Kristof and his wife Sheryl Wudunn take a look at well-intentioned efforts to give.

Yet "A Path Appears" shows signs of growth beyond these formulas in the diversity of the individuals and organizations it highlights, and its emphasis that the most transformative ideas come from within a culture, rather than outside it. It opens an important conversation for anyone interested in how to contribute to catalyzing positive change, whether in education, health care, or economic growth.

Readers will enjoy learning about Kennedy Odede, the homeless Kenyan boy who teaches himself to read and founds an organization to fight the sexual abuse of girls, and after attending an American university, creates a local medical clinic…

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