Improving Outcomes for Children in Care

Helping Without Hurting: Key Principles

Poverty alleviation is a central component of both orphan prevention and care. Unfortunately, good intentions are not enough. It is possible to hurt poor people in the very process of trying to help them. Based on the best-selling book “When Helping Hurts,” this workshop explores key principles that lay the foundation for successful poverty alleviation strategies at home and abroad.

CEU’s Available: 1  (Brian Fikkert, Chalmers Center)