One myth is that "more aid is better":
more funding isn't the most critical issue.Within the site is a link to a conversation with the author, Mark Lange.
While humanitarian assistance has saved millions, consider this startling conclusion from a recent study by the Center for Global Development: When aid rises to 8 percent of a recipient nation's gross domestic product, it has zero effect on economic growth. Above that, it has a negative effect.
The serious challenge is one of coordination.