Social enterprises have taken up the challenge of developing markets for newly designed cook stoves in India.
Not every organization should become an institution. But long-term change really is dependent on institutions.
The water we drink is not as safe as we’d like, and treating water has major environmental and economic impacts. We can no longer take water resources for granted.
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.
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In the excitement of the budget negotiations, a nonprofit organization was again thrust into the national spotlight.
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Response to the fact that a majority of surveyed funders devoted 10 percent or less to tech-related grants and activities.
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