How NGOs Decide to Help in Dangerous Nations NPR's Madeleine Brand speaks to Susannah Sirkin, deputy director of Physicians for Human Rights, about the decision-making process non-governmental organizations go through when deciding whether to enter a dangerous region.
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How NGOs Decide to Help in Dangerous Nations

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How NGOs Decide to Help in Dangerous Nations

How NGOs Decide to Help in Dangerous Nations

How NGOs Decide to Help in Dangerous Nations

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NPR's Madeleine Brand speaks to Susannah Sirkin, deputy director of Physicians for Human Rights, about the decision-making process non-governmental organizations go through when deciding whether to enter a dangerous region.