Exposing the true cost of international humanitarian aid; an industry that whistle-blowers are calling ‘big business dressed up like mother Teresa’. It is plagued by incompetence and corruption seldom reported; gross negligence re-spun as success stories to keep contributions from the general public and governments flooding in.

We investigate how this industry, the media, politicians and warmongers alike are locked into a disastrous cycle of mutual dependency in crisis zones throughout the world.

This story will shock, educate and bring a culture of transparency to an aid industry in desperate need of reform.

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