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Peer-to-Peer Microfinance: A Sustainable Solution to Poverty

Modern Servant Leader

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Women as Microfinance Leaders, Not Just Clients

Harvard Business Review

We're a network of microfinance organizations; we exist to share practices and develop the leadership skills required by a sector that has grown up fast. And as you might be aware, microfinance is a phenomenon that, while it did not set out to be "for women," has mainly turned out to be. Diversity Gender microfinance WWB

How Large NGOs Are Using Data to Transform Themselves

Harvard Business Review

In 2010, the Seilers surveyed all officers and social services staff. Frontline Data as Wake Up Call. The results corroborated their concerns.

Facebook Presence Is an Important Clue to a Social Venture's Future

Harvard Business Review

Which are likely to achieve significant social impact within an attractive business model? It turns out one of the best clues may be on Facebook.

It Takes a Village to Raise an Entrepreneur

Harvard Business Review

In 2010 and 2011, almost 50% of the applicants to Echoing Green relied on hybrid models, versus 37% in 2006. For the last two years, we have studied this evolution with our partners at Echoing Green , a fellowship-granting organization that provides seed funding to emerging social entrepreneurs. Social enterprise