Global Envision: exploring market-driven solutions to poverty
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"No country can truly thrive by denying the contributions of half its people…(W)e have evidence that when women and girls participate throughout the economy, productivity and growth go up for everyone…
A coffee fungus known as "coffee rust" spoils local livelihoods in Mexico and Central America and the coffee market, globally.
IDEO.org brings its human-centered design approach to the Philippines to help Mercy Corps and BanKO design a new financial product for those hit by the typhoon.
A start-up microinsurer in Sweden has figured out how to sell insurance products to the very poor: Bundle it with their mobile-phone package.
Could Zimbabwe become the next tech mecca in Africa?
Aid groups that implement cash transfer programs without understanding the communities they serve are flirting with disaster.
When leading water technology company Xylem started manufacturing simple pumps for smallholder farmers, it wasn't for charity, the company expected to profit.
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