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Hi Gret, Thank you very much for your podcast. I look forward to listening every week. I think you may have gotten this question or a related question from a heckler and you didn’t really answer it sincerely (which I totally understand) but I really want to know what you think. I’d love to get a Malawian perspective on this too. So here’s the question: Americans get a bad reputation for thinking they know how the whole world should run. In some cases, I think that’s well-deserved, but how do you genuinely help others without being “paternalistic”? It seems like any kind of aide that we supply could be construed negatively. How do you figure out what is actually helpful and what is not? How do you keep from having the people you help thinking that you’re a know-it-all or that you are (or think you are) somehow better than them? Thanks! Evamarie
Ep12 (About Hosea): http://www.badmissionarypodcast.com/2015/11/15/ep12-an-ex-convict-wants-to-go-back-to-school/Ep 3: http://www.badmissionarypodcast.com/2015/09/13/ep3-taylor-swift-music-video-white-savior-complex-and-fundraising-tips/
Prince Acting in The Tour: https://youtu.be/l4NXocpQcww AND https://youtu.be/UIANufjCJi4
All Girls School Fundraising Video: https://youtu.be/l8sKXR6EW0U
School Vision Document: https://www.scribd.com/doc/295953906/Girls-Shine-Academy-Vision-Document
HOW TO HELP US FUNDRAISE: https://medium.com/@gretglyer/7-proven-techniques-to-help-fundraise-for-an-all-girls-school-in-rural-malawi-23bdc7065397#.uf4uc4rvt