HumourOctober 16, 2017

Existential Development: You're basically looking for unicorns

Everybody loves a good comic strip. Lucky for you, we finally have one for the development sector. 'Existential Development' is the webcomic you've been waiting for.
2017-10-16 00:00:00 India Development Review Existential Development: You're basically looking for unicorns
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Existential Development

Existential Development

Existential Development

 

*Chandrima Das is an associate director at FSG in Mumbai, and she vehemently claims that her views expressed in the ‘Existential Development’ webcomic are not those of her organisation.

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