This nifty radio piece investigates how a new business model is trying to help people in Haiti. While they don’t exactly quote Hal’s phrase “A hand up, not a handout,” there is a similar mindset — that business might have some answers to problems that charity alone can’t solve. (Just for full disclosure, we have no investment in this project.)
“I could live a very rich life on very little money. My life is richer than most rich people’s lives,”
— Hal Taussig
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