China’s economic development has been as uneven as it has been rapid: While living standards in coastal cities have seen vast improvements, large numbers of people have been left behind by economic expansion. As both central and provincial governments look for ways to encourage development of poorer areas, international NGOs like Habitat for Humanity have been playing a larger role. China Economic Review spoke with Kester Yim, general manager for south and west China at Habitat for Humanity, about the changing opportunities for NGOs in China, and how government plans help to focus the efforts of non-profits.
Q: How would you describe Habitat’s operations?
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