Summary of "Some NGOs in Nairobi have to pay locals to attend meetings" by Dan Bobkoff appearing on Marketplace.org August 25, 2016
In at least one Nairobi community, a secondary labor market has emerged consisting entirely of NGO workshop attendance. The amount of NGO activity and duplicity of services has necessitated additional incentive to attract locals. Pioneering locals have capitalized on the opportunity, though, provided by the cash meant to compensate for assumed time loss.
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