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A university for philanthropists and NGO leaders

Saudi philanthropist starts series of online courses to benefit millions by developing sharper managers of non-profit groups.

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FATHER OF PHILANTHROPY UNIVERSITY: Mr Amr Al-Dabbagh started working on the idea only 18 months ago. Within a month of the website going 'live', 200,000 people from 138 countries signed up for more than 400,000 online classes.

GAYATRI Ganesh, director of development at the Christian Hospital, a rural hospital in Mungeli, India, says she hopes to get better at tapping into the international network of donors that could help sustain the hospital.

Paolo Pagaduan, a project manager with the World Wildlife Fund in

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