Perspectives on 100&Change

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To Be Human is to Collaborate

University of Malawi Dean of Engineering Theresa Mkandawire, Ph.D., reflects on the constructive criticism the NEST360° team has received from government and university officials and how the team has used it to improve their proposal.
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Challenge: War

Dr. Geoffrey Tabin shares Himalayan Cataract Project’s experience delivering eye care in South Sudan and how that challenge taught the team to select countries of focus in places where it can create lasting success.
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What Makes a Philanthropist?

Charity Navigator rates nonprofits and saw an opportunity to help worthy projects and donors when it noticed an overlap between its highly-rated organizations and Top 200 100&Change submissions.
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Taking the Moonshots for Climate Justice and Early Childhood Education

University of Massachusetts, Boston professors Anne Douglass and Paul Kirshen share how applying for 100&Change pushed them to develop, deepen, refine, and create their proposals collectively, with community partners.
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A Street for All: Connecting with the Community

Sesame Workshop’s Nada Elattar and International Rescue Committee’s Katie Maeve Murphy say it takes a village to raise a child and many more to save a generation of displaced children.
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Engaging With Partners for the Public Good

Inclusion and community engagement are in Internet Archive’s library DNA, Wendy Hanamura says that is why it is working hand-in-hand with authors, publishers, and librarians who share these values.
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Community Volunteers Key to River Blindness Strategy

Dr. Emmanuel Miri shares the story of Gabriel, a community volunteer drug distributor—the hands, feet, and heart of The Carter Center’s River Blindness Elimination Program.
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Myths and Misconceptions about 100&Change

Cecilia Conrad, Managing Director of 100&Change clarifies three misconceptions about the competition.
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Laying the Foundations to Overcome Needless Blindness in Ghana

Dr. Geoffrey Tabin is galvanized by the promise of possibility as Himalayan Cataract Project’s primary partner in Ghana presents two initiatives that will transform Ghana’s eyecare system and accelerate reversing needless blindness.
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Created With and Led by the Global Medical Community

Human Dx is bringing America’s leading medical societies, boards, health systems, academic and community centers together to build the world’s online medial system, according to its Director of Medicine Seiji Hayashi.