From the type of money coming into the African continent to ineffective aid, Pioneers Post and Intellecap ask the founders of four Africa ventures: What does the world need to know about African enterprise?
Although mental health issues are gaining focus around the globe, developing countries are still underserved in this area. The good news is that one initiative is proving majorly impactful and the World Health Organisation are taking notice.
Government ministers from Taiwan, Ghana and Scotland set out what they believe are the greatest challenges facing the social enterprise sector and challenge social entrepreneurs to turn the most pressing social problems into opportunities at the 2015 SEWF.
With just over a week until the Sankalp World Forum in Delhi, we've interviewed one of this year's speakers, Teresa Njoroge, about her extraordinary journey from international banking to a Kenyan prison and, finally, social entrepreneurship.
In honour of International Women's Day, Kat Miller from London-based responsible investor Alquity finds out how microfinance is giving women in parts of Africa a voice, increased self-esteem and respect. First stop: a busy bar in Malawi.
Social entrepreneurship in Africa, impact measurement and lessons on leadership – Anurag Agrawal takes time out to reflect on the state of the global social economy following the 2015 Sankalp Africa Forum last month.
It's time for the young people of Africa to take charge of their destiny – but the continent's aspiring social entrepreneurs need more support, says a report launched yesterday at the Sankalp Africa Summit in Nairobi.