New Harvard Book Demonstrates Consequences of Neglecting Impoverished Communities – The Cost of Inaction

In the new Harvard book The Cost of Inaction, a review of the FXBVillage program illustrates how low-cost intervention can help the most impoverished families in developing nations overcome extreme financial hardship. Using an analysis of a village in Rwanda in which 70% of families in the program successfully lifted themselves out of poverty, The Cost of Inaction shows how early intervention saves both lives and money, preventing irreversible social and economic damage to some of the world’s most vulnerable communities.

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