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Tammy Noteboom

I should have this book because I am fascinated by Jacqueline's story, and by how I can make a difference in the world. I've long thought that so much of our "charity" doesn't respect the dignity of the people we serve, and I'm interested in reading Jacqueline's perspective.

Gayle Thorsen

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I had the opportunity to see Jacqueline speak at TED Talk @ State Department. Her thoughts and work through Acumen Fund of innovative ways to alleviate poverty are inspiring. It is only through this true understanding of the people we serve, will we be able to get to the roots of many of our social problems. We can only hope that more and more organizations look at approaches such as hers for direction and inspiration.

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