The latest participants in this year’s SEWF Chain Reaction series – from Ethiopia and Sweden – discuss how to get the message of social enterprise across as well as discovering that they work in similar ways with children and grassroots organisations.
Tebita Ambulance, a trailblazing social enterprise emergency service, sets its sights on launching Ethiopia’s first helicopter ambulance – founder reveals ambitious plans for the future to national media.
The very first DICE Young Storymakers programme – a joint initiative of Pioneers Post and the British Council – kicked off on Saturday, with 14 young journalists from six countries joining us in London to learn about creative and social enterprise.
Ethiopia is one of the world's fastest growing economies, it's the cradle of civilisation and there are 55,000 young, enthusiastic social entrepreneurs keen to celebrate their work. Are you ready for the Social Enterprise World Forum 2019?
The transition from NGO to social enterprise can be tough – but staying focused on the change you bring to people’s lives keeps you going, agree the first participants in this year's SEWF Chain Reaction series.