Guatemala has the fourth-highest childhood malnutrition rate in the world, affecting more than half of its children. Fifty-three percent of the population here lives in poverty—13 percent in extreme poverty. […]
Take five college friends, a strong appreciation of yerba mate, a naturally caffeinated South American beverage, and a desire to make a difference in ...
A few weeks ago, I caught up with the Founder of Bravehearts Expeditions, Dziedzorm JayJay Segbefia to share his wins and losses during his entreprene ...
Our campaign to add 25 social enterprise stars to our loan portfolio over the next year is introducing RSF to hundreds of social enterprises striving ...
How can products and services contribute to the development of sustainable impact in our communities? What models exist that can drive impact and social change beyond traditional grants and private [...]
Thrive Market, is a new online store with a mission to make healthy living easy and affordable for all Americans. The marketplace launches on November 3rd. Thrive Market’s delivers over 2,500 of [...]
Digital education is moving very fast. We now have tons of options to choose from. One great option is iTunesU. It has free courses and classes from some of the [...]
History has conveyed that certainly one of the most sustainable and powerful instruments for empowering global development has been education. Community workers and philanthropists who have dedicated their lives to [...]
The New Global Citizen For a long time,Â I have focused my studies and workÂ on the topic of sustainable business initiatives as a catalyst for social and economic development. But it [...]
So Where do all the Fair Trade Social Premiums Go? A story about how Fair Trade tomatoes grow into a school in Guanajuato, MexicoÂ by JosÃ© VÃlchez-Azcona Many people criticize Fair [...]
â€œPoverty is unnecessaryâ€ â€“ Mohammad Yunus In India, this quote by Yunus continues to be relevant even today as a majority of its population battles poverty. Socially focused ventures that [...]
Home cooking was the norm for most urban Indonesian households during the 1990s: eating out was considered a luxury. Choices of processed and frozen foods in supermarkets were limited or [...]
In one hundred supermarkets across Brazil, customers foundÂ recipesÂ printed on the back of their receipts, each for a dish prepared with the grocery items they had just purchased. But the surprise [...]