Sustainability of anti-poverty program questioned

01/28/2010 | NYTimes.com

The Millennium Village Project in Koraro, Ethopia -- which aims to lift people out of extreme poverty and spur economic development -- has proven successful on many levels. However, critics contend that it is unsustainable and that villagers would be unable to continue on their own should the project come to an end. The project, which has sought to build a sustainable-farming system, is being extended for an additional five years.

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