Research on the needs and habits of the poor shows that nonprofits can serve a vital function in expanding access to financial services.
Philanthropic investment can close the funding gap between science research and the commercialization of science-based products.
Seven lending organizations are teaming up to meet the large-scale needs of smallholder farms in the developing world.
A team of social innovators is devising ways to put urban India on track to a tidier future.
Taking a lead from LEED certification, a new standard aims to promote healthy construction of homes, offices, and other structures.
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After Change.org placed petitions at the center of its platform, the size of its membership soared. But operating a high-volume petition site isn’t enough for its leaders. Includes magazine extras.
Thanks to the New Teacher Center, beginning educators gain support that will help them thrive in a challenging profession.
Recent discoveries in brain science shed light on what holds the poor back—and on how to help them get ahead.
Behind the recent advance of gay marriage rights lay a decade of careful planning and diligent collaboration. Includes magazine extras.
Papua province is the epicenter for HIV/AIDS in Indonesia, the world's fourth largest country.