From Aid to Accompaniment: Forthcoming

From Aid to Accompaniment: A New Way of Thinking About Delivering Foreign Aid will lay out a theory of accompaniment and illustrate its effective implementation across a variety of fields, including medicine, education, conflict resolution, and care for abandoned children. Authored by Paul Farmer with chapters by other development practitioners, the volume is edited by Kellogg Institute Executive Director Steve Reifenberg and Chief Adviser to Dr. Farmer Jennie Weiss Block, OP. Forthcoming from PublicAffairs.

Learn more about April 2016 sessions on the book’s concepts at Notre Dame’s Kellogg Institute for International Studies, with bios of some of the contributing authors.

View Dr. Paul Farmer’s public lecture, Taking up the Challenge of Poverty: Why Accompaniment Matters”

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