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The Beauty of Impact: hidden highlights from the World Health Summit 2017, Berlin

The annual World Health Summit was held in Berlin from 15th – 17th October. With around 2000 participants from across academia, politics, the private sector Read More

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Scaling Fair Trade: 5 Lessons On How GlobeIn Grew to Over $1M in Sales

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The ethics of “innovation” in global health

Sara Gorman discusses “innovation” in health and development, highlighting the importance of ethical guidelines when implementing new ideas. The post The ethics of “innovation” in global health appeared first on WhyDev.

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Social entrepreneurs: it’s time for some honest soul-searching

Tim Frewer argues that the rising popularity of social entrepreneurship has resulted in a more market-driven kind of development. The post Social entrepreneurs: it’s time for some honest soul-searching appeared first on WhyDev.

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Oxford Jam: Social Impact Investing in Tech in Africa

I’m in Oxford for the Skoll World Forum on social entrepreneurship, and this afternoon I took part in an event called Oxford Jam, where I carried on a discussion with Michael Szymanski (MEST Ghana) and Corina Gardner (GSMA) focused on “investing in tech in Africa”. It was a good session, as it was very much

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