Join the conversation as we unravel Lwala’s 17-year journey, moving beyond healthcare delivery to empower resilient communities. Ash Rogers, co-CEO of Lwala, shares powerful stories, challenges, and the impact of Lwala’s community-led health model in this captivating conversation.
Tune in to our latest podcast to explore the transformative power of entrepreneurial education and the vibrant vision of Open Startup, an organization that’s revolutionizing the way young entrepreneurs in North Africa and the Middle East interact with education and the global business community, with founder Houda Ghozzi.
Join us in this special episode where you’ll meet the heroes behind Ukraine’s prosthetic hospital, Superhumans Center, and the driving force behind Save Ukraine. Also, learn about cutting-edge technology from Sesame Solar and why media attention is crucial in Ukraine’s ongoing struggle.
S02E01: Owen Gaffney Talks About Building a Sustainable Future through Climate Action and Systems Change
Owen Gaffney, visionary strategist and co-author of Earth for All, shares valuable insights on the urgency of climate action, the importance of systems change, and the role of collaboration in tackling these complex issues.
Episode 7: Alex Counts Talks About Empowering the Poor Through Financial Access and Women Empowerment
Alex Counts is the founder of the Grameen Foundation and the author of Small Loans Big Dreams. In this podcast episode, Alex discusses how we can empower the poor, especially women, by providing the basic tools they need to grow and thrive.
Talia Milgrom-Elcott is the founder and Executive Director of Beyond100K, a national network focused on centering equity and belonging in their pursuit to prepare and retain 150,000 science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) teachers over a decade, by 2032.
Bonus Episode: Erica Plybeah and Nathalie Occean Talk About Enabling Healthcare Through Inclusive Transportation
MedHaul Founder and COO, Erica Plybeah and Nathalie Occean, discuss enabling access to healthcare for the most vulnerable by providing inclusive transportation services.
In this episode of “What Do You Understand” Mary Ellen Iskenderian, President and CEO of Women’s World Banking, discusses financial inclusion for women around the world. Check it out!
In this episode, Dr. Barry Levy discusses the effects of war on public health, society, the environment, and development while providing hope for an optimistic future.
In this episode of What Do You Understand? Sasha Fisher, co-founder of Spark Microgrants, discusses the negative effects of prescriptive philanthropy and how grassroots initiatives give the decision-making power back to the indigenous communities.
In this episode of What Do You Understand? We revisit historical landmarks of activism with author and historian, Nico Slate, while deciphering modern-day activism and its effectiveness in delivering change.
In this episode of What Do You Understand? Guest speaker Mark Casanova shares his experience leading community-driven solutions to end the homelessness issue at both the community level and globally.