Nobody Said That Giving Would Be Easy

There is a regular three-phase cycle that professionals face when encountering the world of humanitarian aid. The first phase is the flush of optimistic discovery – a conviction that aid is a purely noble endeavor; that lives will be saved, situations improved and the world made a better place.

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