Following the example of Christ, who fed the hungry and clothed the poor, the staff and managers of World Vision attempt to incorporate religious faith into their development work as well as their organisational practice. Linda Tripp argues that a spiritual message, combined with practical support, can be more effective in improving the lives of poor people than purely technical help.
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