November 27, 2012
Nov. 29 Boston Event: Mark Schuller’s ‘Killing with Kindness’: Book Singing & Panel: Haiti, Inter­na­tional Aid, NGOs


Thanks to the Haiti Fund at the Boston Foundation and Ansara Family Fund grantee Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti, we have a stellar panel in Boston this week discussing:


“Why have NGOs made such lim­ited con­tri­bu­tions in Haiti?”

Featuring three Ansara Family Fund grantees, including Partners in Health, panelists will dis­cus­s both past NGO (Non-Governmental Organization) fail­ures and exam­ples of suc­cess­ful sus­tain­able programs :


Mark Schuller, Writer, Assis­tant Pro­fes­sor of Anthro­pol­ogy and NGO Lead­er­ship Devel­op­ment at North­ern Illi­nois Uni­ver­sity.

Pierre Noel, JD, Direc­tor of the Haiti Fund at the Boston Foun­da­tion.

Joia Mukher­jee, M.D., M.P.H., Chief Med­ical Offi­cer at Part­ners in Health.

Brian Con­can­non Jr., Esq. (mod­er­a­tor), Direc­tor of the Insti­tute for Jus­tice & Democ­racy in Haiti

  • When : Novem­ber 29, 2012 at 6pm
  • Where : Insti­tute for Jus­tice and Democ­racy in Haiti,
    666 Dorch­ester ave. Boston, Ma, USA, 02127


RSVP : Stan­ley Rodriguez, Admin­is­tra­tive Assis­tant at IJDH,


Click HERE To See the Flyer(PDF)