Part one of a five-part series of interviews with and commentary by leaders working to reduce gun violence in the United States.
Five ways the social sector can better protect and support vulnerable children.
Philanthropy lessons from India—Padmini Somani, head of two different foundations, talks about following the data and staying the course.
The achievement gap between rich and poor is a complex and global challenge. Schooling alone is not meeting the needs of the poorest children. Innovative public-private partnerships for education could be part of the solution.
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Innovative programs are addressing the educational disconnect in the developing world.
A philanthropic investment in Guatemala has established an ongoing stream of revenue to reach at-risk kids.
There may not be one resolution to wicked problems and nonprofits can’t—and shouldn’t—do it all.
CPDL demonstrates a scalable public-private partnership model that trains disabled youth and links them to jobs in the organized sector.