Carbon for Water is engaged in a loopy funding scheme and offers a lousy public health solution.
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Fidaa El Tunky has created the first grassroots venture capital project for rural women in the whole of the Arab region.
If Fair Trade coffee quality doesn’t improve, the Direct Trade movement will quickly become a growing threat.
Exciting announcement revealed at the Skoll World Forum: BRAC and MasterCard Foundation announced a $45 million partnership.
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A Cambodian restaurant trains former street youth for jobs in the hospitality industry.
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