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Startups alone do not solve poverty in Africa

Startups alone do not solve poverty in Africa

By Mathilde Miedema     Recently, the Nobel Prize for Economics 2019 was awarded to three economists for their research into tackling extreme poverty in developing countries. They have found that a seamless connection to the local context and the achievement of...
Acting as a steward for inclusive business

Acting as a steward for inclusive business

By André Nijhof LendaHand is a typical example of an inclusive business. It aims to service financial transaction between people with and without money. How? By showing on a platform why local entrepreneurs in developing countries need investment capital and allowing...
A path to prosperity: agricultural development in Ethiopia

A path to prosperity: agricultural development in Ethiopia

By Pascal Benincasa Model farmers and cooperatives are key to success for agricultural extension projects in the developing world. Model farmers are farmers elected as role models for neighboring households by local governmental institutions. Cooperatives are farmers’...