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SSIR Now! Apr 17, 2014
By Suzie Boss

In Mozambique, an effort to train women as ambulance drivers enhances public safety and fosters opportunity. Access to this article is complimentary for a limited time. For full access to all of SSIR's content, subscribe today! Read More

By Jason Saul

Social entrepreneurship is getting bolder. Read More

By Diana Scearce

A greater sense of urgency can help foundations better use their strategy and evaluation data to learn, unlearn, and improve. Read More

Join this complimentary webinar on April 22 for a discussion of the processes and practices that help foundations and grantmakers incorporate a greater degree of risk-taking, experimentation, and flexibility into their work. Read More

This complimentary webinar on April 29 will explore the pathways that will help bring solutions to a truly transformative scale—a scale that begins to actually solve the problems we face. Read More

Register by May 2 to take advantage of the Early Bird rate and save $80. You don't want to miss Beth Kanter's Nonprofit-Social-Media-Integrated-Campaign-Case-Study-SLAM! It's just one of the fun and informative sessions at the conference. Read More

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