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Map The System Global Competition: Amani Institute awarded third place with Debora Souza’s project

Map the System Global Competition: Amani Institute awarded third place with Debora Souza’s project.2018 Social Innovation Management Fellow and Prog…

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Um passo do Amani Brasil no caminho de reduzir o impacto ambiental

No 22 de maio, Dia Mundial da Conservação da Biodiversidade, bem por acaso (ou não, como diria Caetano Veloso), foi o dia de repensar o impacto que…

What does “social impact” really mean?

When you hear the words “social impact sector”, what comes to mind?Perhaps, you think about Gandhi and his principles of nonviolence, or maybe you…

Announcing Demystifying Social Impact Careers!

What does a career in social impact really mean, both globally and in India? Who is qualified for jobs in this area? Can I make a living while making …

Burn Manufacturing Amani Leadership and Management for Impact( ALMI) program

Management Training for Social Impact at Burn Manufacturing

In emerging markets, small and growing businesses (SGBs) are critical to economic prosperity. They provide much needed jobs, help redistribute wealth …

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FuckUp Nights: histórias de fracasso

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Amani Institute Global Team in Brazil

Celebrating Amani Institute Brazil’s 5th Anniversary!

After celebrating 5 years in Kenya in 2017, we are excited to celebrate our fifth anniversary of developing professionals who create social impact in …

The Future of Impact Work Conference

What is the future of impact work? On February 5th 2019, Amani Institute’s global conference titled The Future of Impact Work will bring together i…

Ready. Set. Go.

By: Jerry Sellanga, Kenya Communications and Partnerships ManagerLife is a book. One chapter ends, another one begins. After working for three ye…

Get Funding from the Swedish Government for our Social Innovation Management Program!

(Swedish Below) Thanks to the support of Amani Fellow, Emilia Hellqvist, Amani Institute has been recognized by the Swedish Government’s student …

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