Digital technology is changing the way we help fund people in desperate need

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Globally, the condition affects about 22% of children under the age of five; most live in Africa and Asia. Image: REUTERS/Vincent Kessler - RC1B341BF7A0

Philippe Douste-Blazy
Carl Manlan
Chief Operating Officer, Ecobank Foundation
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