Sarah Revi Sterling

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To provide some background, we invite you to the Southwestern Aït Baamrane region in Morocco. A spigot is broken and leaking in the 105-degree heat, water quickly soaking into the dusty soil before it can be reclaimed. Water is a critically scarce resource in this region. Thankfully, the water system is being tested and the problem is quickly addressed. A(More)
Rural communities in developing countries are most vulnerable to the plight of requiring repeated infusions of charitable aid over time. Micro-business opportunities that effectively break the cycle of poverty in resource-rich countries in the developing world are limited. However, a strong model for global commerce can break the cycle of donor-based(More)
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