Creating an ethically sourced apparel company in West Africa is hard enough, but when Ebola strikes, the challenges become almost insurmountable.
A financial literacy program created by the Charles Schwab Foundation and the Boys and Girls Clubs of America has reached a half million teens.
The relatively simple act of providing African girls with the money they need to stay in school has achieved significant results.
A novel artistic strategy and a novel ticket-pricing model distinguish Signature Theatre from its counterparts on and off Broadway.
In Colombia, the Center for Social Innovation is exploring how much government can do to facilitate social change.
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Single Stop USA provides low-income Americans with a convenient gateway to a wider range of services and benefits.
In Nepal, a US-based nonprofit is partnering with the national government to deliver full-service medical care in remote areas.
An international design award based in Denmark celebrates products and projects that aim “to improve life.”
Thanks to the New Teacher Center, beginning educators gain support that will help them thrive in a challenging profession.
GiveDirectly relies on high tech and hard data to test whether large cash transfers can alleviate extreme poverty.