Social entrepreneurs and social innovators are tackling and diminishing many of the world’s problems. They achieve significant positive social impact through the creative and aggressive mobilization of people and other resources.

In Africa, a social entrepreneur built an enterprise which delivers 70 million daily protein servings into the region at significantly lower cost and at higher quality than before.  In India, rice husks are being burned to generate power enabling families to live, read, and learn after the sun goes down. In Latin America makeshift informal housing is being converted from fire-trap shanties into safe, concrete-based homes.

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