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The value of narrative in your organization extends well beyond telling stories in your annual report and newsletters.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation created a forecast for the health future of America’s most vulnerable populations over the next two decades.
Steps that regulators and finiancial service providers can take to move toward the goal of financial inclusion.
Social entrepreneurs are solving big problems from the bottom up, with low-risk actions taken to discover, develop, and test ideas.
Always talk to the people you are trying to help. And make sure you listen.