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Matt Flannery, founder and CEO of Kiva and Ashoka Fellow, talks to Ashoka about how Kiva is promoting financial inclusion.
My interest in entrepreneurship as a tool for development began after I started a miniature golf business in Puebla Mexico.
Close your eyes and think of banking. You probably see men in suits, office towers, Bloomberg terminals, and maybe a cash machine—a world that is far removed from African village elders with a phone, migrant workers queuing at a cash shop, children receiving a paycheck for factory work, or doorstep lenders in poor suburbs.
How Can the Banking Industry Engage in Social Innovation? Q&A with Ashoka Globalizer about Social Finance Innovations at SIBOS
Big news: Three Ashoka Fellows have created the first do-it-yourself credit creation app.
Winning Ideas Unlocking Community Potential: Sign Language Learning, Mobile Finance & Tackling Hunger
Ashoka’s Executive in Residence program fosters high-impact collaborations between corporations and Ashoka Fellows, the world’s leading social
Crowdfunding began as a way to fund personal projects. A new generation of social entrepreneurs takes it to the next level.
Caroline Anstey, Global Head of UBS and Society and former Managing Director of the World Bank spoke to Adam Lent, Ashoka’s European Director of Re
(Luke Dowdney, Founder, Fight For Peace. Photo Credit: Fight for Peace)