Gyms provide activities that keep kids off the street. But in the sprawling slums of Brazil, where do you find the space to put one? This new architectural marvel stacks all the amenities you could want.
How is it that some very well intentioned nonprofits that do good work will return home after CGI with little more than fond memories, while others will leave with their pockets full to do more good in the world? The best way to answer this question is to tell the story of BRAC.
The nonprofit sector is a significant part of our economy, accounting for annual revenues over $1.5 trillion and assets over $2.7 trillion. As we discuss national and global challenges and solutions, let’s factor in the vital mission of NGOs/nonprofits and the role that you can play as a volunteer in helping to build a better world.
For the first time in its 8-year history, the Clinton Global Initiative has assigned a theme to its Annual Meeting—"Design for Impact"—to remind participants that the goal of the organization is action, not simply ideas.
Whether or not you filled out your NCAA tournament brackets, you have a chance to fill out an even more important one for another competition of talented college students. This one features 16 student Commitments to Action that will be presented at the Clinton Global Initiative University later this month.
Hewlett Packard’s Catalyst Initiative is helping kids across the world learn how to solve some of the seemingly most intractable global challenges. Catalyst also demonstrates the problem-solving capabilities of HP technology; expands markets by increasing education rates and wealth; and builds relationships and goodwill with customers.