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Nature in Kenya

Persist – and You Will Break Through

This is a post by our Social Innovation Management alumni Magda Kanjejo from Kenya. She is also an alumn at the Civic Leadership Track we are running …

Titus Kuria with friends

How to Create Change in Underprivileged Communities – #1change Challenges

'If you work with about 20 people every year, you realize that you barely even scratch the surface of the problems in your community. So the big eleph…

Roshan Paul

Talking Complexity and Change

This is a crosspost from Wasafiri Consulting by Hamish Wilson | October 5, 2016An interview with Roshan Paul, co-founder of the Amani InstituteThis …

Omar Rabie #1change

#1change – connecting dreams with reality

What is the #1change you want to see happen in your lifetime?It is easy to get overwhelmed with the bad news that flood our newsfeeds and outlets ever…

Aditi Agrawal at Amani Institute

Who is Aditi? #1change challenges.

‘The work I did was too far removed. The main challenge was that I couldn’t really see the impact I was – or wasn’t – creating’ - Aditi Ag…

Building Relationships – How Community Engagement Can Work #2

Building relationships - how engaging with community leaders over time can deepen what otherwise would be fleeting impact. - Post by Geraldine HeppIn …

Building Relationships – How Community Engagement Can Work #1

Building relationships - how engaging with community leaders over time can deepen what otherwise would be fleeting impact. - Post by Geraldine HeppOne…

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Honey Care, Social Enterprise, Kenya

How Social Enterprises are redefining development

fundraising, social change, social entrepreneurship

How To Open Doors for Your Fundraising

Use your story as a door opener, then listen. This is one of the tips Carrie Rich, founder of The Global Good Fund, has shared with our Fellows in Na…

There Really Are Only Uncertain Times – Britt Yamamoto on Leadership

Which skills and practices can help social change professionals take leadership in difficult situations?Working towards social change usually is not e…