Claire Provost is a fellow at the Centre for Investigative Journalism in London. Previously she worked as a data journalist at The Guardian, following the money in aid and global development. She has degrees from Harvard and Columbia and has reported on human rights, development, and the impact of multinational corporations from more than a dozen countries, from El Salvador to Ukraine.
How Aid Became Big Business
A study of how the international aid business is becoming increasingly professionalized and corporatized....