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"We Are Not Furniture, We Are Not Merchandise"

Lumos Chief Executive Georgette Mulheir shares how recommendations from children and young people from Moldova, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, and Haiti—many of whom grew up in orphanages—made Catholic Relief Services’ proposal stronger.
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Lessons Learned from Community Engagement

Feedback from experts, government ministries, parents, and teachers, has helped Sesame and the International Rescue Committee (IRC) refine their programming, according to Nada Elattar of Sesame Workshop and Katie Maeve Murphy of IRC.
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Working Together to Grow Small Ideas

Outside guidance from passionate, expert minds and local communities of interest are the key to sustaining NEST360° and improving newborn survival in Africa, says Rebecca Richards-Kortum, Director of Rice 360° Institute for Global Health.
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Community’s Trust and Commitment Ensure Success

The Carter Center’s River Blindness Program is built on a model that places power in the hands of the people who will benefit, says VP of Health Programs, Dr. Dean G. Sienko.
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Reflecting on Access: Lessons Learned During 100&Change

Working on Open Libraries made Internet Archive’s Director of Engineering and Service Availability, John Gonzalez, question the true meaning of access and renewed his passion to unlock the full experience of books for everyone.
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Delivering for Those Hardest to Reach

Mark Schnellbaecher shares how the International Rescue Committee and Sesame Workshop have grappled with the challenge of developing content that works as well in refugee camps as it does in cities.
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What I Learned from Jeff Bezos: aka–How to Bring Millions of Books to Billions of People

Brewster Kahle says it will take social venture capital, scalable technology, and a commitment from library leaders and social impact entrepreneurs to help Internet Archive build libraries for the digital generation.
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Finding Common Ground with Orphanage Supporters

Maestral International President Philip Goldman shares some of the challenges his organization and partners Catholic Relief Services and Lumos, have had convincing well-meaning donors that their resources are better spent supporting families rather than orphanages.
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Helping Doctors Take Back Medicine

Dr. Shantanu Nundy shares how the Human Diagnosis Project makes specialty care accessible to patients by fostering community among doctors, while helping them master their craft and provide meaning to their work.
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The Carter Center Takes Aim at a Big Fish

Dr. Frank O. Richards Jr. explains how Nigeria’s large at-risk population requires The Carter Center to drastically scale the method it has used to eliminate river blindness in other countries.