Some early impressions of Jumo, a much-heralded social networking site for stimulating, coordinating, and occasionally funding social change.
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Micro-savings have been described as the “Next Big Thing” in the global development agenda. But we are not there yet, particularly with regards to young people living in poverty.
My new book, "Nonprofit Turnaround: A Guide for Nonprofit Leaders, Consultants and Funders," delves into questions of the state of nonprofits today.
The Mulago Foundation is practicing a form of philanthropy that is desperately needed. It is a fundamental departure from the conventional wisdom of what good philanthropy is suppose to be about.
I think the current moment is the beginning of the golden years for microfinance.
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A new study reports that nonprofit agencies that choose to support themselves with for-profit businesses end up serving their clients less and worse.
How can we work together in the nonprofit sector to produce results that we can all benefit from?
Although the market demand exists, there have not been sustainable ways to finance basic water needs. That is, until Water.org introduced WaterCredit in South Asia.
If you do a great job and make the most of your network of peers and colleagues, you’ll be well on your way to creating a successful nonprofit career path.
Archaic ideas and the fundamental restructuring taking place in our economy, makes business as usual unacceptable.