Why pay-for-success models of humanitarian impact investing offer promise for the future.
Health Innovations in health care policies and programs
Nine communities in the United States are finding ways to invest in housing to contain health care costs.
Several states are adopting the Finnish practice of distributing “baby boxes” to expectant parents—and taking the opportunity to also educate families about safe sleep for infants.
Sage Bionetworks is transforming the culture of biomedical research with open-source methods.
ChildObesity180 is combating the nation’s child obesity epidemic by incubating and promoting the best ideas.
Promoting menstrual health is critical to women’s economic empowerment around the world.
Food banks must reject measuring their impact by pounds of food distributed and instead promote access to nutritious food.
Many see distributed, directed-network campaigning as the unique domain of small advocacy groups, but the approach has generated impressive results for established organizations as well.
Following the largest single act of social media fundraising, the ALS Association was faced with a “good crisis”—and a big challenge.
If we want Americans to be healthy, we must change the conversation.
A case study on igniting a social movement and engaging an entire community in creating a culture that supports health and wellbeing.
North Carolina’s Project Lazarus has brought harm-reduction principles to Appalachia to address the opioid addiction crisis.
Our understanding of community can help funders and evaluators identify, understand, and strengthen the communities they work with.
Microfinance for water and sanitation enables people to find their own solutions.
Social enterprises in India are using restorative and regenerative, circular economy principles to address the deep-seated sustainable development challenges.