Topic : Infant health
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In 2012, Ashoka Fellow Riccarda Zezza returned from her second maternity leave to a senior position in a large European corporation. Zezza observed that in corporate culture it was not unusual for employees to take time away from the office – with work placements, further study and sabbaticals all forming regular parts of the contemporary career path.
A pioneering new approach to funding social development projects has completed its first year – with promising results. Nearly four million girls, between ages 6 and 13, aren’t attending school in India.
In order to facilitate access to finance and other resources, 10 outstanding entrepreneurs are selected every year to participate in an acceleratio
In addition to Fellows elected in the country, Ashoka in Switzerland is also supporting international Fellows iwth a local presence in Switzerland
Ifeyinwa joined Ashoka as the Venture and Fellowship manager of Anglophone West Africa.
The second Pillar of this program aims at building a solid pipeline of social entrepreneurs in Latin America and the Caribbean, with a special focus on SDC priority countries, starting with 20 new Ashoka Fellows.
The fifth Pillar of this program aims at disseminating knowledge about social entrepreneurship within SDC, among its partners and more broadly with