The NSW Government believes that social impact investment offers opportunities to improve outcomes for the people of NSW by encouraging innovation and partnerships with other sectors. It also has a focus on measuring and achieving results so the Government can be confident of investing in services that work.
The Social Labs Revolution: A New Approach to Solving our Most Complex Challenges The following is an excerpt from the introduction of the book, “What Are Social Laboratories?”. By Zaid Hassan | 2 | May. 15, 2014 The Social Labs Revolution: A New Approach to… Read More »The Social Labs Revolution
It was Muhammad Yunus who created the Grameen Bank as a way to provide finance to the poor of Bangladesh. He wrote in 2007 The concept of microcredit did not exist before I initiated Grameen Bank in Bangladesh, which basically recognized that credit without… Read More »Microfinance and Entrepreneurship – Roshaneh Zafar’s story
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