Secret aid worker: there is still racism within humanitarian work

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An aid worker in Africa talks about racial divisions within the ranks of humanitarian workers
Every African country I have worked in has its own term for white people – muzungu in Kenya, poomwe in Sierra Leone or khawarja in Sudan.

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