Social enterprise and governments can break cycle of poverty through education
"Education Without Borders" initiative launched to help break cycle of poverty through education
Can social entrepreneurs and big business be happily married?
It's a vexing question for anyone in need of a financial shot in the arm - whom do I ask for money and how? For social entrepreneurs, getting into bed with a big corporation is more than just a financial lifeline.
How do we get businesses engaged in helping address climate change?
Moving companies beyond 'social corporate responsibility' to real action is the challenge, experts say
Reaching small farmers with innovations they can afford
Mini packets of seed, fertiliser and pesticide could boost take-up of new crops and practices
Afghan women face rising danger if excluded from peace talks
Oxfam:Women's gains after Taliban expulsion could be reversed
ACT Alliance: Crisis and post-crisis response to Earthquake, Haiti - Situation Report # 01/2011
Update on the situaion and ACT members ongoing response to the Haiti Earthquake.
Trustlaw: one year of success
In just one year, TrustLaw, launched in July 2010 by the Thomson Reuters Foundation, has become a major actor of the pro bono world.
A partnership between the U.N. Foundation and Vodafone Foundation
How a partnership between the United Nations and a global mobile company seeded innovation and lasting change
The infinite win for trees, agriculture and people
With tree planting showing a range of benefits in Africa, why is it not happening on a more meaningful scale?