Timap for Justice trains ordinary citizens to provide legal assistance in a country—Sierra Leone—where legal professionals are scarce.
Through an initiative called Earthwards, Johnson & Johnson aims to create a greener company—one product at a time.
In San Francisco, planners are using variable pricing to reduce the congestion, pollution, and aggravation that come with big-city traffic.
A program in Alberta, Canada, showcases the way that people with disabilities contribute actively to their communities. Includes magazine extras.
Fitted for Work gives women what they need—from a new look to a new skill set—to advance in their careers.
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The Dispensary of Hope is distributing unused pharmaceuticals to patients who need them.
The Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs targets a "missing" segment in emerging economies.
By bringing people together and by pooling resources, the Housing Partnership network expands the range of affordable places to live.
In troubled spots around the world, Right to Play shows how fun and games can be a serious tool for development.
Older people and foster families are forming mutually supportive communities, with help from a group called Generations of Hope.