Can US's historically black university students win-win with youth and yunus africa jobs futures? discussion dc version 31 march 2014here are some possible maps to empowering black youth livelihoods-if during a more normal workload you want to explore next step of one or more of them I can try and help, or just chat with people direct map1 taddy…See More
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Posted on March 5, 2014 by The Microcredit Summit Campaign
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Microcredits- the goodwilled, the experimental, the socially muddled, and the worthlessthere are microcredits that wholly do good which we believe jamii bora is number 1 case of in africa, and then there are networks that are pushing the boundaries - this includes making temporary mistakes especially in a world of seeking out partners (many of whom have not fully resolved their own innovation conflicts- microcredit being a simpler world before digital comes along as we try to track at…See More
Washington DC is at the epicentre of so much pie in the sky NGOs- entrepreneurial revolution aliumni want to ground some bottom-up movements around the leading development studies student in this part of the planetI am writing to see if you can help form an entrepreneurial association of friends of owners of orphanages who want some of the dynamics of their orphanages to turn into job creating…See More
Silicon Valley will continue to be the strongest innovation ecosystem in the world, but on a relative basis it will become less important,” predicts Steve Case, the former boss of America Online. He now runs Revolution, a venture-capital firm based in Washington, DC, which is looking hard for investments outside the Bay Area.