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DAVOS LEARNING AID

FOLLOW THESE CLEAR STEPS AND WE CAN END WORLD HUNGER
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NEARLY 12 YEARS have passed since I heard a lecture by Peter Singer, then my professor of ethics at Princeton University, that changed the way I think about philanthropy. The moral quandary he posed became the motivation behind my life’s work. “Imagine you are walking by a lake with no one else in sight,” Singer asked. “And there is a child who will drown if you don’t act. Do you jump in and save him, ruining your new clothes in the process? Or do you continue walking?”

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