Posts Tagged: Kenya

Africa and the art of giving: a fresh breed is doing an old thing in new inspiring ways | MG Africa

The “Kenyans for Kenya” fundraising campaign aimed to $5.28 million in one month. That target was reached in 10 days Source: Africa and the art of giving: a fresh breed is doing an old thing in new inspiring ways |

Africa and the art of giving: a fresh breed is doing an old thing in new inspiring ways | MG Africa

The “Kenyans for Kenya” fundraising campaign aimed to $5.28 million in one month. That target was reached in 10 days Source: Africa and the art of giving: a fresh breed is doing an old thing in new inspiring ways |

Entrepreneurship on the Rise in Kenya | Global Entrepreneurship Week

Entrepreneurship on the Rise in Kenya | Global Entrepreneurship Week. Which public sector effort has had the most success at unleashing entrepreneurship? There are a number of efforts that have been fairly successful in unlocking entrepreneurship. Beyond the creation and

Entrepreneurship on the Rise in Kenya | Global Entrepreneurship Week

Entrepreneurship on the Rise in Kenya | Global Entrepreneurship Week. Which public sector effort has had the most success at unleashing entrepreneurship? There are a number of efforts that have been fairly successful in unlocking entrepreneurship. Beyond the creation and

Bridge International’s “School-in-a-Box” Approach to African Education – NPQ – Nonprofit Quarterly

Bridge International’s “School-in-a-Box” Approach to African Education – NPQ – Nonprofit Quarterly. Terrance Ross, reporting in October in the Atlantic on what Kimmelman and May had achieved with Bridge International, contrasted the Bridge Academies with the offerings from Kenya’s public schools. Ross states

Bridge International’s “School-in-a-Box” Approach to African Education – NPQ – Nonprofit Quarterly

Bridge International’s “School-in-a-Box” Approach to African Education – NPQ – Nonprofit Quarterly. Terrance Ross, reporting in October in the Atlantic on what Kimmelman and May had achieved with Bridge International, contrasted the Bridge Academies with the offerings from Kenya’s public schools. Ross states