By Bruce Wydick
The more I am involved in practitioner and academic development work, the more I have become aware of a great divide separating the secular and faith-based international development communities. In not all, but many respects, the secular and faith-based efforts are pushing on the same wall. Oxfam, CARE, and J-PAL (Jameel Poverty Action Lab at MIT) share many similar objectives with World Relief, Compassion, and Food for the Hungry. Both communities are major players in the relief and development world.
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