Posted on April 24, 2011
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23 responses to “The Greg Mortenson Saga: A Donor’s View”

  1. Senge Sering says:

    Please visit http://www.gilgitbaltistan.us to learn more about the region where Mortenson started his school projects. We the natives of Gilgit-Baltistan, a region of former princely state of Jammu and Kashmir do have lot of respect for him for providing education to girls in that area. The region has one of the lowest per capita incomes and one of the lowest literacy rates and without support of NGOs like CAI and AKDN, education would be a dream for the majority as more than half of the locals live below the poverty line. Since Pakistan government has failed to provide for the educational needs of the people of Gilgit-Baltistan, it is people like Mortenson who became the hope for us

  2. samuraizauq says:

    Unbiased news report from Ali Hassan Cemendtaur on Wide Angle Zoom . . . . In Urdu.

    In details, how many schools, how many students and kidnapping by Taliban in 1986.

    http://www.wbt-tv.net/2011/04/wide-angle-zoom-paki stani-american.html#comment-form

  3. Samurai Zauq says:

    “Why take at face value the words of purported Taliban members, who, of course, would claim they did not kidnap Greg in the Wakhan Corridor? ”

    Maybe because the perpetuated “Talib” he works for an American Think Tank. Shoddy and biased journalism from Karen Ansara.