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Architects for Aid diary

Architects for Aid, a charity founded in London by Max Hutchinson, is now sending architect volunteers to work on projects around the world. In this diary, chief executive Dr Victoria Harris, describes the ups and downs of running the organisation, and the reports she receives form the various projects.

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