A new report suggests that no matter how narrow a foundation’s (or by extension, a nonprofit’s) mission, it should creatively serve a broad base of beneficiaries and not exclude the poor or minorities.
Understanding why people are poor and innovative ways to alleviate poverty
A report from the opening plenary at the Skoll World Forum, featuring Paul Farmer.
Calling on the resilience and creativity of the Haitian people will speed Haiti’s post-earthquake recovery.
Is the digital divide a thing of the past?
A look at how nonprofits can improve organizational capacity in order to more effectively implement long-lasting social change.
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Effective social change stems from listening to African youth, confronting the realities of poverty from their perspectives and on their terms.
Savings and loan associations run entirely by youth represent an innovation in helping them learn to save, manage money and develop new skills.