What happens when funding for aid projects drys up?

The last decade has seen a huge number of calls for international humanitarian aid, from natural disasters to refugee crises. When the call goes out, there are global outpourings of sympathy and an influx of money to organizations seeking to help those in trouble.

But what about aid projects on a smaller level? What’s the legacy of projects that set out to build local infrastructure or drive down corruption in places like South Sudan or Iraq?

The Daily’s Sam Baran was joined by Denis Dragovic, a Senior Fellow at the University of Melbourne, to discuss aid projects and funding. 

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