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Smart Philanthropy – The Science Of Giving

Strategic Philanthropy | Aug 27, 2006

Corporate givers like Rohini Nilekani make every buck count.
India Inc. and its residents are waking up to the difference between charity and philanthropy. That could, as several works-in-progress demonstrate, result in some good.
Thinking woman’s philanthropy: Rohini Nilekani with some of the beneficiaries of the microfinance initiative Sanghamitra, of which she is a part.

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