This monograph documents the results of a qualitative research inquiry conducted by the Building Community Philanthropy Project into the philanthropic impulse and behaviour of the poor. It documents the comparative findings across four countries - Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe - into how and why people who are poor help each other. Describing the ethos of help among the poor, the monograph explores how philanthropy is organised - its purpose, rules of engagement, form and content, its actors and the motivations behind it.
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