Tag Archives: Philanthropy

Indian Philanthropy: What is Holding Back Diaspora Philanthropists?

By Minahil Amin The map used does not reflect a position by Dalberg on the legal status of any country or territory or the delimitation of any borders. Dalberg was engaged by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to explore opportunities … Continue reading

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Two Months Later, the $320 Million Ebola Giving Gap Remains

By Sylvia Warren While private and corporate giving toward the Ebola crisis was very slow to get started, by the end of 2014, many creative fundraising initiatives had emerged to unlock private giving to the Ebola response. In November, for … Continue reading

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Empowering Individuals as Smart Funders to Take Poverty to “Zero”

By Angela Rastegar Campbell Next week, the US will celebrate Thanksgiving, a holiday focused on giving thanks and giving back. As charitable giving peaks during this upcoming holiday season, one critical cause to give toward is the monumental task of … Continue reading

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Mobilizing African Philanthropy

By Rada Dogandjieva Political leaders, business executives, and key influencers are gathering in Addis Ababa this week for the 2013 Mo Ibrahim Forum, an annual event hosted by the foundation of Sudanese-British businessman Mo Ibrahim. Under the theme “Africa Ahead: The … Continue reading

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