Every second of every day a thousand people buy a plastic bottle of water and throw it away. More than thirty billion bottles are purchased every year. Continue reading Environmental Injustices Surrounding Bottled Water
“Everything I do, I do it with love,” he said. “That’s my secret ingredient, is love.”
This blog post is from Duke University’s website Dear Pamela, where UniversalGiving’s CEO Pamela Hawley answers questions from Duke students. Social entrepreneurs understand the importance of steady revenue. Yet there is a difference between ‘funding sources’ and revenue streams. I have a pretty high standard on what I consider a revenue stream. A startup venture would identify startup capital (funding) and sales from a product/service (revenue). They wouldn’t count startup capital as revenue. Both are valuable financial resources, but they are categorized differently. Funding is to allow you to start-up. Revenue is to sustain and grow your business. Social entrepreneurs need … Continue reading Social Entrepreneurs: What’s In a Revenue Stream?
Here is a guest blog by a doctor and mental health coach, Doc Ayomide. Continue reading Three Unique Things About Depression in Africans
This is a special guest blog from The American Foundation for AIDS (AFCA). Continue reading How Do You Keep Vaccines Cold in the Democratic Republic of Congo?
Plan International USA is part of the Plan International Federation which works side-by-side with communities in 50 developing countries to end the cycle of poverty for children. Continue reading NGO Spotlight: Plan International USA
KickStart’s mission is to get millions of people out of poverty quickly, cost-effectively and sustainably. Continue reading NGO Spotlight: KickStart International