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Social Impact Investing Will Be the New Venture Capital

HBR Blog Network Social Impact Investing Will Be the New Venture Capital by Sir Ronald Cohen and William A. Sahlman  |   8:00 AM January 17, 2013 During the past century, governments and charitable organizations have mounted massive efforts to address social problems such as poverty, lack of education, and disease. Governments around the world are straining …
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The Relationship Between Microfinance, Entrepreneurship And Sustainability In Reducing Poverty In Developing Nations

Organization: The African Youths Organization Solution Description The extent to which microfinance, entrepreneurship and sustainability are inter-related is dependent on the extent to which it addresses the economic development process for example. If we are looking for an action which will enable the poor to overcome their poverty, I would go for credit invested in …