Going Solo

Alberts, Hana R.
March 2010
Forbes Asia;Mar2010, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p53
The article presents information on Peter Gautschi, a former hotel manager and founder of a charity Studer Trust. After retiring from the hotel business, Gautschi joined Unesco and contributed 40,000 dollars to sponsor a school in China. However, he was disappointed to see that his money was misspent. So he decided to establish his own foundation Studer Trust which has completed 130 school projects at a total cost of 1.3 million dollars. Most of the projects are located in China and Myanmar.


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