Poverty from conflict is #Solvable. By addressing the root problems of conflict and unrest through investment in #peace programs, Neal Keny-Guyer @mercycorps argues that we can combat the consequences for extreme poverty and poor education.
Neal Keny-Guyer has served as CEO of the global humanitarian organization Mercy Corps since 1994. He began his work in international humanitarian aid in 1980 in response to Cambodia's Killing Fields working with CARE and UNICEF. He later served with Save the Children in Somalia and Lebanon before becoming Director of Middle East, North Africa, and Europe.
Learn more at www.solvable.org or watch at the link in bio ahead of #PeaceDay.