Elaine Byrne: Rebuilding trust in a broken charity sector
Only urgent reform will help myriad great organisations
In Mongolia, there is no social welfare system or culture of adoption. The likelihood of abandoned children surviving the -40 degree winter nights of the capital city is poor.
In the 20 years since Christina Noble founded a refuge for abandoned children in Ulaanbaatar, her foundation has saved 10,000 children. I visited the miracle she created earlier this month.
Tom, the manager of the centre, explained how donations from Ireland had dramatically plummeted last year. They are...
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