Thank you to all participants for their precious contribution. The full report is forthcoming.
When we talk of innovation, it is primarily in the context of developed countries, the countries for which it is accessible and that can afford to finance it, as innovation can be expensive. Innovation is based on significant profits [...]
by Adele Benzaken, Deputy Director, Department of AIDS, STI and Viral Hepatitis, Ministry of Health, Brazil Presently, Brazil harbors around 1 million indigenous persons – an estimated 750,000 of whom live within indigenous lands and territories that occupy around 12% [...]
One of Ahimsa’s clearest messages is also the simplest: the potential power of partnership, cooperation and networking. It is a message important in all of Ahimsa’s work, but perhaps most obviously when addressing difficult questions of accessibility: how to [...]
Bangladesh is a country with a population of 180 million, three times that of France, yet is only a quarter of the size. A country in which a tiny minority of the population is very rich, often more so [...]
During my visit to Kenya and participation to the 2018 TBN Conference, March 2018, we saw that a much greater emphasis needs to be given to the part that business and enterprise can play in reducing poverty. Aids through [...]
Without a doubt, September 2017 was one of the hardest months that Mexicans have lived through for many years. The aim of this visit to Mexico was to examine ways in which Ahimsa Fund could participate in the reconstruction effort.
It’s one thing to repeat the cliché that young people are the future, but quite another to realise that 43 per cent of all living people are under 25. The 1.8 billion people currently classified as youth—defined by WHO [...]
Dylan comes from a poor Family in England. He was able to borrow money to prince´s trust to create a computer business, called Gameplay. His business was eventually the first .com on the London Stock Exchange, and this made [...]