Small businesses in the world’s 13th most unequal country are leading the way in serving low-income communities.
From the Field Series: An ongoing report of the Philanthropy, Policy, and Technology Project, which explores the use of private resources for public good.
We must use our scarce resources to serve disenfranchised people’s needs and demand that evidence of results play a greater role in funding decisions.
From the Field Series: A living case study of Makmende, which provides women in Nairobi with coordinated walking groups.
Opportunity Collaboration is a four-day convening in Mexico focused on global poverty alleviation.
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AID for Africa’s model seems like a smart way to bring nonprofits together where they can leverage their combined presence.
Social enterprise Mirakle Couriers offers standard courier services and employs only deaf adults.
Carolina for Kiberia's community focus promises to effect change that will stick.
I set out to see if the organizational models of two successful Vietnamese nonprofits were location-specific.
In Indonesia, the issue of customary land rights is in debate.