Reverse and frugal innovation approaches have their limits when it comes to health impact for the poor. We need more ways to provide high-quality, affordable products to low-income people.
Efforts to battle poverty in the United States can learn a lot from the developing world, and vice versa. Thankfully some of the barriers between these traditionally isolated domains are falling.
In a world increasingly focused on measurable impact, human rights inequities are difficult to frame and fight. Yet solving them is key to meeting other social challenges
How to overcome the barriers that large institutions like the government put in the way of scaling up innovations.
The role of donors in building broad social ecosystems for scaling up social innovations, particularly in the developing world.