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Ethics Of Aid: Should Donated Health Dollars Go To 'Children First'?

That's how health aid is now allocated in the developing world. Should more money go to old people with chronic diseases? Our audience shares their views.
Source: Brittany Mayes

Last week, it was your editors at Goats and Soda who were the curious goats.

We published a story on the huge gap in health care dollars for young and old in the developing world. A study looked at the $36.4 billion allocated by development agencies and nonprofit donors and found that a major share goes to children under

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