Perspectives on 100&Change

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Being a Part of – Not Apart From – Communities Where We Work

Catholic Relief Services’ Shannon Senefeld knows dialogue with parents, faith leaders, community organizations, and service providers is crucial to understanding their perspective on family care options.
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Hope for the Missing Link

Rice 360°’s Queen Dube knows how to care for sick newborns. Dube and her physician partners agree, the missing link to saving more babies’ lives is the technology.
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Engaging the Community to Reach One Billion with Nutritious Crops

HarvestPlus’ novel idea to fortify staple food crops required input and buy-in from agriculture and health scientists, governments, and most importantly farmers, because biofortification won't grow, literally or figuratively, without them says CEO Bev Postma.
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100&Change: A Clarion Call for Arizona State University’s Researchers

100&Change judge Steven J. Tepper describes how the competition served as the impetus for new teams and partnerships to form at Arizona State University and for existing teams to reimagine how an idea be transformative.
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#100andChange Public Engagement

As part of their community engagement, the semi-finalists will field questions from the broader public on social media, hear feedback, and engage via platforms like reddit and Facebook.
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A Vision for All of Africa

Leveraging its experience, The Carter Center’s CEO Mary Ann Peters said it is determined to eliminate, not just control, river blindness in Nigeria, as it has done in Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, and Guatemala.
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Coming Together to Save a Generation of Displaced Children

Sesame Workshop EVP Sherrie Westin says its partnership with the International Rescue Committee, to provide education and nurturing care to refugee children, came together out of necessity.
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Broken in the Warm Heart of Africa

Maria Oden watched her newborn daughter cling to life with the help of technology which motivated the Rice University bioengineer to help develop a suite of rugged, simple technologies to save lives of Malawi newborns.
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Exploring 100&Change Submissions & Curating Content

MacArthur created an online searchable database of 100&Change proposals and Jeff Ubois, Program Officer of Exploratory Philanthropy, hopes it will provide a valuable resource that leads to other funding opportunities for these proposals.
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A Passion for Providing People with Access to Knowledge

Wendy Hanamura says $100 million would allow The Internet Archive to provide libraries and learners with free, long-term access to 4 million books.