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Developing Leadership for Life’s Challenges

By: Fiona VazSeven years ago, when I was vice principal of a school in Mumbai, I was completely new to the concept of leadership. Never mind that I ha…

Exploring India’s Sustainable Tourism Sector with Campmonk

By: Vanessa PenayoI’ve always been interested in environmental issues, and when I arrived in India to spend 4 months at Amani Institute in Bengaluru…

Quantifying my Immersion Phase in India

02.04.2018It’s been exactly one month since I’ve taken off on a sunny, frigid winter day in Berlin to arrive in Bangalore, marking my stay in Indi…

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El Sector Privado Necesita Acelerar Su Contribución Para Conducir Un Cambio Significativo a Nivel Global

PS: English version of this blog is available below the Spanish version. Me mudé a Nairobi en 2015 para ayudar en algunos proyectos locales y partic…

A Fellows’ Personal Journey Of Discovery

May 2017. I wanted to change. I needed change. I was feeling stuck on a path that I had chosen, and I could not understand why.I was feeling lost and …

Gaining Practical Skills To Scale Impact: Rehema’s Story

“When you know better, you do better.” these are the resounding words of Rehema Nsanyiwa, as she reflects back on on her experience through the Fo…

Nai Nami: Where Street Skills Get You Employed

Walking down the streets of Nairobi’s Central Business District, it’s not hard to spot the large number of shabby, ragged and hungry street childr…

CARE and Amani Institute

Changing the Narrative: Storytelling with CARE

It’s a well known fact that when we read, or listen, to arguments backed up by fact and data, we listen or read with our guard up, looking for tellt…

Inovação a partir do branding: 7 aprendizados de facilitação

Após altos e baixos do “o que fazer com aquilo que sei por um mundo melhor”, me dei conta de que suporte estratégico de posicionamento de marca …

The Power of Community

The RobberyLiving in a city that spans a huge spectrum of socio-economic realities, robberies are part of reality. It still came as a shock when we di…