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The Inner Journey of the Changemaker

In 2014, we’re collaborating with the Stanford Social Innovation Review to write a series of articles about our work in social innovation education.…

The Network Effect: How the Amani Institute Training in Social Innovation Extends Beyond the Classroom

This story was written by Geraldine Hepp, Community Manager at Amani Institute.Despite the prevalence of NGO work in Kenya and the rise of Social Entr…

THNK – Breaking Barriers by Supporting Young Social Entrepreneurs – November 12, 2014

ROSHAN PAUL AND CARRIE RICH ON THEIR QUEST TO BREAK BARRIERS BY SUPPORTING YOUNG SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURS Social entrepreneurship is hot and happening, w…

Ilaina standing in front of the Amani house in Nairobi

We’re now a Non-Profit, and We’re Growing!

Amani Institute Receives Non-Profit StatusWe are excited to announce that we have received tax-exemption status, also known as 501(c)(3) status, in th…

Huffington Post – Filling The Gap in Social Innovation: An Interview With Roshan Paul Of The Amani Institute I October 14, 2014

Through my work at The Global Good Fund, I have the distinct pleasure of investing in the leadership development of other people - high potential…

Medium – Schools for Life. 10 Schools that are changing the way we see education I October 15, 2014

My first experience of a ‘school for life’ was as a volunteer gap year student in 1999 at Glengarry — a spectacular outdoor campus set …

The Power of Having the Right People Around You

  This post was written by Siegfried Rossmuller, from Austria, an alumni of our Certificate in Social Innovation Management program in 2012. …

Stanford Social Innovation Review – New Models for Higher Education I July 25, 2014

By Matthew Abrams | 2 | Jul. 15, 2014While the flipped classroom, EdX, and portfolio-based learning all exemplify t…

It Takes More Than a Major: Employer Priorities for College Learning and Student Success

This article was written by Shea Parikh, a summer intern at Amani Institute and a student at Davidson College in North Carolina, USA. Shea is a rising…

“Abled” and “Dis-abled”

This blog post was written by Aditi Agrawal, a participant in our 2014 class of the Certificate in Social Innovation Management. Here, she shares refl…