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Ellen Agler Apr 12
“It’s people who are innovating and innovative, not technology” Thank you of for the call to action to invest in health workers at every level, CHWs to pediatric specialists!
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Jude O'Reilley Apr 13
“Instead of building education around a scarce resource—teachers—design it around an abundant resource: students.”
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Kirsty Smith Apr 13
. challenges us to think creatively about uni education, what it delivers and at what cost. By 2100 Africa will host 40% global pop. How to find locally driven cost manageable provision to draw on rich resource? Financial poverty not = intellectual poverty
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Richard Hawkes Apr 12
Incredibly impressive panel (all women obviously!) on collaborative approaches to philanthropy
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Dylan Itzikowitz Apr 13
. “education should be about learning how skills and problem solving, not memorizing facts and figures” and speaking about the unlocked potential of Africa, not its need for aid. The most real and insightful speaker at
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Marielle van der Meer Apr 13
““Many of the solutions of the world’s problems lie in Africa. We are a global innovation - not just an African one”
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ALU Apr 13
"Africa has some of the world's greatest talent - it just needs to be unlocked... at the African Leadership University, we are on a mission to unlock the continent's treasure trove before it's too late." at live now.
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Melissa Stevens Apr 13
The average age of an African is 19.5 years old. With education, we can unleash the innovation potential of this continent. "We need a moonshot for education." African Leadership Group
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Orla Murphy Apr 11
“On your darkest days please look back and remember that you have always been enough.”- Barbara Bush receiving Award on behalf of 🙌
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Christine Oram Apr 12
To support environmental defenders look to international companies wreaking havoc on natural resource rich countries
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Nadia Naviwala Apr 12
What if Martin Luther King spent half of his time demonstrating to others that his model would create impact? What would his reporting look like? If donors continue to fund the way they do, I don't know how much systems change is possible. - at
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Code for America Apr 11
“This has been a journey from naively thinking that technology and design could save government, to realizing that perhaps it is technology that needs the saving.” –
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Code for America Apr 11
"Applying technology and design to government is a great way to help people at scale." – at
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Anjana Rajan Apr 11
Thank you to for welcoming into your family - we are so grateful for your support!
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Christine Oram Apr 12
we need to put an end to the culture of impunity for deaths of environmental defenders
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Gianna G Apr 12
. kicking off the Oxford Union debate on the role of universities in social change
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Skoll Foundation Aug 20
One of our favorite quotes from Nobel Peace Prize nominee and Founder ❤️
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Code for America Apr 11
We are beyond inspired by all of the 2018 Awardees for Social Entrepreneurship and their tireless work to make change at scale.
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Signal Apr 12
Robert Webb director of the UK Hub of explaining how it's rapidly gaining momentum & changeing people's lives and transforming service delivery
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Cristina Yoon Apr 13
The goal of should not be to teach students facts and figures, but to teach them how to think and solve problems. -
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