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I forced my colleague to proofread this piece. She raised an eyebrow.

“This is ridiculous,” Sarah said. “No where in this argument do you ask actual ‘beneficiaries’ what they want to be called.”

. She’s right. A critical theorist in the making, she is asking ?

I give the “beneficiaries” zero agency in my argument. Do they really just passively receive? Of course not. Any ethnography in global health or development shows how actively and intelligently “beneficiaries” navigate and manipulate the complex ecosystem of projects and actors.

So forgive me in this arrogant exercise. If you are a direct “beneficiary” of a project funded through some aid agency or philanthropy, let me know what want to be called.

Others—not necessarily “beneficiaries”—have thought much more about this issue and I would love to listen to your additional reflections on the matter. Language and meaning constantly evolve; knowledge adapts and expands, as it should.

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Great Job Renee. I saw your original poll on this and other jargon or NGO peak that we have gotten so used to using, but are not effective in detailing what we mean exactly, in the right way. I think this is a topic that warrants more discussion so that the people that we serve/ that are affected by our work (my new replacements for the word beneficiaries, although quite wordy and perhaps not quite accurate still) can be viewed more as partners in development, who actually have skills and capacities that should indeed be tapped into, even when they are compromised.

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Akhilesh Tewari

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It is a great ongoing process to gain insight into definitions and perspectives about the community we work with. W


Marc Maxmeister

November 25, 2015

In every case, I first try using the word “people” and only when that is too vague, I switch to “citizen” then “constituent” and sometimes “beneficiary” when I only want to describe people directly affected by a specific project.

What this word should remove from our mental picture are institutions. People are the only stakeholders I care about, and a person who lobbies for an institution’s interest should have a back seat over people with no organized voice.



October 27, 2015

Words can obviously be very powerful, and how we refer to people can influence our thinking about those people and our actions towards them. In that regard, I think this post does a good job at delving into the semantics of each term. It is important to remember, however, simply selecting the term that most accurately describes the state that we want to see or the one that we have convinced ourselves is the reality, does not actually change things. And in fact, can make things worse. If all of a sudden development actors start calling people ‘constituents’ without changing how development is done it is problematic for many reasons.

In my opinion, the development world does not currently treat people as if they are constituents, so calling them so would only mask the reality of a flawed system while making those actors who we tend to refer to as ‘implementers’ feel better about themselves for working in such a wonderful industry that fully values those people we are supposed to be serving. Let’s reform our language, but also reform how we actually treat people. The latter is a whole lot more difficult, but without it any changes to the terms we use to describe things are, to paraphrase Sarah Palin, just putting lipstick on a pig.


A very interesting read on the glossary of ‘beneficiary’. We have been so used to all these words without dissecting the meaning and this piece has been a shaker with an appeal to revisit the language. It is a valid concern to ask: do we and the people we are talking about share the same glossary? Do they interpret themselves as the term suggests? It does reflect a structural unilateralism in the business of aid and philanthropy and a sense of peoples’ alienation not only in receiving the windfalls of interventions (which is questionable and requires a separate discussion altogether) but also in owning the term. You may consider running a gallop poll but worth considering a term as simple as ‘people’- for it is all encompassing and universal or ‘community’. Although it is not unfair that every organization may choose a term to define people according to the terms of their relationships and thus we may not have a universal term but it is paramount that they understand and approve the terminology.

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