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Powering Health 1 of XX

“Chance favors the connected mind,” is Steven Johnson’s short answer to the question posed by his book, “Where Good Ideas Come From.” Leading minds in global health and sustainable energy connected last week at “Powering Health Care in the Developing World” in Washington, D.C. The UN Foundation and the World Health Organization brought together more

Do Impact Investments Need Subsidies?

Impact investors may not be all that interested in jump-starting new ventures that aim to provide vital services to the world’s poorest people after all. But a new report from Acumen Fund – one of the earliest impact investing funds – and the Monitor Group suggests there is another class of funders who should play

Catalyzing Capital, 1 of XX

We talk about how “impact” is becoming increasingly central to capital markets overall, as emerging markets come to the fore and as new technologies and new financial mechanisms open opportunities to provide affordable health care, education, water and energy to the global poor. The inverse is also true as “investing” becomes increasingly attractive to philanthropists

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