Building relationships with grassroots organizations that advocate for human rights-based development takes time, but without investing in them, philanthropy is likely to stumble. The case of Haiti is instructive.
Why a recent exposé on Red Cross failures in Haiti highlights unrealistic expectations for social sector organizations.
Why corporate and individual giving to fight Ebola lags far behind that of other crises, and how to unlock more dollars.
As leaders across sectors convene to discuss the new global agenda, the opportunity to collaborate on a new breed of large-scale development projects known as innovative financing has never been brighter.
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Communities in emerging economies must work collectively to extend public services until they can build out formal infrastructures.
Human-centered design and systems thinking can help evaluate social impact in a global context.
Investing to stop disasters before they start can save lives and money.
Partnership brings greater social impact. This post features a video.
Calling on the resilience and creativity of the Haitian people will speed Haiti’s post-earthquake recovery.