The world has already invented products and services to end poverty, yet the best is not being distributed at mass-scale. D-Prize is funding social entrepreneurs who can design a business or NGO that solves girl’s education, agriculture, energy, global health, education, governance or infrastructure. D-Prize Challenge D-Prize expands access to poverty-alleviation interventions in the developing
There we were again, what seemed as the kickstart of the new year to many, it was yet again the dawn of another year of seemingly unending unemployment and depression. It was five years straight with no form of employment nor a response to my thirty-plus job applications. At this point, It had long sunk
An EU Budget that Invests in Potential charts the potential results that EU aid could deliver at a time when Sub-Saharan Africa is home to more than half of the world’s extreme poor. As the world’s largest aid donor, the EU needs to lead the way and get closer to ending extreme poverty by 2030.
D-Prize expands access to poverty-alleviation interventions in the developing world by funding new entrepreneurs who increase access to the proven poverty interventions. D-Prize encourages young entrepreneurs to focus their talent on the developing world, pilot new solutions to distribution problems, and launch new social ventures. Many solutions to poverty already exist. The challenge is distributing these solutions to
The Minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development, Hon. Janat B. Mukwaya has called on International Labour Organisation (ILO) member states to take “urgent action” against the effects of new global economic trends to avert negative social impacts. Addressing the 106th session of the International Labour Organisation Conference in Geneva, Switzerland on Tuesday, Mukwaya noted that