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Powerpoint Redesign Example by Dr. Amy Walsh (AFTER)

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Examples of much improved slide design from the 2013 International EM Teaching Course's "Powerpoint Resuscitation Workshop".

Examples of much improved slide design from the 2013 International EM Teaching Course's "Powerpoint Resuscitation Workshop".

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  • Discuss disclaimers
  • This primarily focuses on humanitarian disasters, though I think many points can be extrapolated to other projects
  • However, people usually do things for good reasons, and understanding those reasons is often where development projects fall apart
  • Story of Christian aid groups buying people out of slavery, drove up price of slaves led to more people being kidnappedEthiopia: Localized famine (caused by politics) brought in food aid, gov’t used aid to feed armies who displaced and enslaved target population groupCambodia: lived in camps in Thailand could cross the borders to wreak havocRwanda: genocidaires continue to terrorize, rape today
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    • 1. The Flip Side of Foreign Aid NGOs, the developing world, and the philanthropy industrial complex Amy Walsh International Emergency Medicine Fellow August 16, 2012
    • 2. How I became jaded…
    • 3. Objectives • Recognize the dire results of unintended consequences and poor planning • Discuss how our stereotypes of the developing world color our evaluation of their need for our help • Recognize that US, UN, and large NGO policies are designed with self-interest and selfpreservation in mind. • Discuss how we can improve our provision of international health care and international development assistance
    • 4. Unintended consequences
    • 5. Unintended consequences