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Ashoka takes the entrepreneurial approach to tackling social problems

This article originally appeared on irish Times

Founded by former McKinsey director Bill Drayton in 1980, Ashoka supports social entrepreneurs around the world in creating sustainable solutions to some of society’s most pressing problems. The entrepreneurs, who become Ashoka Fellows, receive a mix of professional and financial support for their projects.

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Social entrepreneurs are men and women with solutions to some of the world’s most critical social problems. Rather than leaving societal needs for the government or business sectors alone to address, social entrepreneurs are creating innovative solutions which deliver extraordinary results and improve the lives of millions of people through their own drive and initiative.