Foundations New and innovative ideas for leaders of foundations
In more and more cases, prize competitions provide recipients with resources to pursue their work even before they complete a proposed project.
Investing in smart strategies and passionate people.
A conversation with Julie Sunderland, founding director of Program Related Investments at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Nudging biotech startups to tackle diseases of the developing world.
A new program gives nonprofits the resources to listen more closely to the people they serve.
How a strategic investment steered an educational-technology startup into trouble.
Using the off-grid solar revolution to unlock credit for low-income customers in Africa.
Increasing supplies and cutting prices for contraceptives without spending a dime.
Critics have argued that charitable giving isn’t focused enough on the poor, isn’t sufficient to make a difference, is undemocratic, and more, but research—and history—show otherwise.
Too many people believe social value is objective, fixed, and stable, when in fact it is subjective, malleable, and variable.
In an industry where the “publish or perish” mentality is strongly engrained, collaboration is gaining traction and leading to better patient outcomes.