Farmers in the Cordillera region of the Philippines prosper by selling heirloom rice, with help from a company called Eighth Wonder.
Four years ago, a Northern California bookstore reinvented itself as a hybrid social enterprise—and its story continues to unfold.
After a period of war and genocide, Rwanda launched a national health insurance program that is now delivering sharply improved outcomes.
A social enterprise in Myanmar uses design thinking to create products that reflect an up-close view of what small-plot farmers need.
In and around Pittsburgh, a cross-sector network sponsors approaches to education that blend technology and peer-to-peer collaboration.
Ariadne Labs, founded by Atul Gawande, seeks to improve outcomes by getting health-care organizations to adopt proven interventions.
An incremental approach to fostering sustainable eating habits is the hallmark of Green Monday, an organization based in Hong Kong.
Survival International helps tribal societies protect their land—and
their way of life—from encroachment and unwelcome development.
Helping US federal agencies design inexpensive, user-centered technology products is the mission of an unsung team of developers. Includes video extras.
From Mumbai, India, to Mérida, Mexico, IBM employees are applying
their professional skills to a wide range of social challenges.