November 16, 2012
I've worked a bit in the developing world (mostly on the social side of environmental conservation) and it's really difficult to step back from your own agenda and serve those communities with what THEY need. We've worked with BOMA for about a year now -- and learned their programs inside and out -- and not only is their work truly different in the world of rural economic development but their success rate is astounding and measured in terms that unapologetically put the impact in communities they serve ahead of all other measures.
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