In Indonesia, the issue of customary land rights is in debate.
A cross sector-partnership between IBM and the Cross River government is saving lives of mothers and children across Nigeria.
The IBT education program in India better prepares students for future opportunities than traditional teaching.
As controversial as he is kind-hearted, serial entrepreneur Charles Maisel's viewpoint shakes up conventional charity thinking.
Brazilian entrepreneurs are leveraging their deep intellectual, social, and natural resources to drive greater prosperity and create wealth.
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A new social enterprise aims to provide a unique sanitation service to shantytowns.
At Social Impact Exchange, a forum dedicated to scaling high-impact social program, investors wanted to know “How will your idea achieve scale?”
Social enterprises in East Africa seem to have two quite distinct commonalities: a comprehensive, impact-driven business model, and a plan to “scale big.”
A unique sales strategy puts more environmentally friendly cookstoves into the hands of more cooks.
Fidaa El Tunky has created the first grassroots venture capital project for rural women in the whole of the Arab region.