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    Chandlers Yard: Baltimore, MD

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    A few homeowners in the Federal Hill neighborhood of Baltimore have discovered that they can enjoy all the amenities of city living without the usu

    Community Greens

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    Ashoka's Community Greens helps residents, government leaders, and citizen sector organizations come together to develop incentives and policies th

    Social Intrapreneurship for Innovation in Health Course

    Programme

    Apply Today! Deadline is  October 18, 2019. Ashoka and Boehringer Ingelheim are offering six-week online course: Social Intrapreneurship for Innovation in Health. This course is part of the global “Making More Health” initiative to explore innovative pathways to improve access to healthcare for people, animals, and communities around the world.

    Community Greens Communities

    Collection

    Discover examples of Community Greens from around the United States that have transformed neighbors, neighborhoods, and their cities.

    Luca Solesin

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    Dr. Luca Solesin is Change Manager at Ashoka Italy. With 15 years of experience in social, cultural and artistic movements, Dr.

    Accelerating Healthcare Access: Every Mother and Child Thriving

    Actualité

    What are the biggest challenges in providing good quality healthcare to people in developing countries?

    Changemaker High School: Where Students Are In Charge

    Actualité

    Changemakers High School in Tucson, Arizona belongs to a national network of schools that are committed to preparing students for a world that is d

    2018 Global Study Finds Ashoka Fellows Change Policy, Market Dynamics, and How People Think

    Actualité

    In 2018, Ashoka led one of the largest and most diverse studies of system changing social entrepreneurs ever conducted.

    #LeadYoung - Malika Rawal: Co-leading sanitation initiatives from North Carolina, US to West Bengal, India

    Actualité

    When visiting India, and more precisely the villages her parents grew up in, Malika was struck by the spread of disease and poor sanitation in that community.