Philanthropic professionals have a responsibility to be a strong steward of the resources with which they are entrusted, and to get the right elements in place for a measurable impact. […]
More and more companies are offering employee engagement programs within their benefits package. It is a winning benefit for the employee, the company ...
Last year, Prime Minister Modi of India launched an ambitious project that aims to train over 400 million young people in different skills by 2022. Th ...
Food safety issues have rocked India for decades. The recent case of Nestlé’s Maggi instant noodles once again thrust the question of food safety into India’s national political spotlight. After the [...]
Malawi is a small landlocked country in sub-Saharan Africa, bordering Zambia, Tanzania and Mozambique, with an estimated population of 14 million. The country is defined as low-income, where over 40 [...]
Social enterprises are usually more inclined to innovate and experiment than conventional business models because they are typically designed to fill a gap in existing services not likely to be [...]
by Pamela Weymouth As the media continues to shine the spotlight on Trump’s circus-carnival-barking, it overlooks the stories of another side of America: the side of America that celebrates our [...]
According to a 2015 report by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, India is home to nearly 195 million undernourished people. This represents more than 15 percent of [...]
Guest blog by Emma White, Auvisa.org [Photo: Australia’s former Parliamentary Secretary for Pacific Island Affairs, Richard Marles, visits Dadaab Refugee Camp in Kenya] Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya was constructed [...]
Sisters Camil and Shenoa bounce around the playground at Centro Cristiano de Servicios Medicos in a busy neighborhood of Santo Domingo, in the Dominican Republic. They show me how they [...]