Nonprofit Leadership Across Borders

This E-Case allows students to examine nonprofit leadership across borders, scrutinize the opportunities and challenges of grassroots development aid through small, international nonprofit organizations, and consider questions about how small, international nonprofits are vehicles in which to put global citizenship into action. The case takes place between Buffalo, New York and Kisumu, Kenya. The author would like thank the board members and volunteers of Future in Our Hands - USA and Future in Our Hands - Kenya for their participation in providing insight to this project and most importantly their passion for global justice.
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