When Nonprofits Become Market Innovators, Social Returns Are Exponential

"I want to advise other people who have AIDS not to despair but to be strong and have hope,” said one of the first four clients to receive ARVs at Biryogo Community Clinic in Rwanda. (Image by Jessica Scranton/FHI 360) Social impact investing has gained a lot of traction in recent years, with a sustainable global investment market estimated to exceed $13 trillion in 2014. And the market’s participants vary widely.
Stanford Social Innovation Review
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Monday, December 12, 2016 - 12:15