Global leaders should begin to consider a stronger relationship with local social enterprises.
Response to the fact that a majority of surveyed funders devoted 10 percent or less to tech-related grants and activities.
A look at several troubling developments in microfinance.
Global health is one of the last frontiers for technical innovation. Companies can have an incredible impact by lending technical know-how to solve intricate global health challenges.
This week, a remarkable grassroots organization in India, Vasavya Mahila Mandali (VMM), celebrated 40 years of achievement and service.
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I think the current moment is the beginning of the golden years for microfinance.
Although the market demand exists, there have not been sustainable ways to finance basic water needs. That is, until Water.org introduced WaterCredit in South Asia.
A recent study shows that at all income levels women give more than men—both more frequently and more generously when controlled for income.
Diem Brown announces medical gift registry for patients.
The need for holistic approaches to poverty alleviation for young people in Africa.