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Nicaragua Nonprofit Network January 09, 2017

Shifting Philanthropy from Charity to...

By Dorian O. Burton and Brian C.B. Barnes for the Stanford Social Innovation Review, 3 January 2017

"Historical injustices—perpetuated by racial and cultural conflicts, and exacerbated by a...

Nicaragua Nonprofit Network December 01, 2016

Can Financial Inclusion Make a...

By IMF Deputy Managing Director Mitsuhiro Furusawa
Central America Regional Conference
Antigua, Guatemala, 17 November 2016

"Introduction

Buenas Noches.

I’m sorry...

Nicaragua Nonprofit Network October 19, 2016

Drug-resistant infections and their...

By David Trilling, 12 October 2016.

Citation: Jonas, Olga; et al. “Drug-Resistant Infections: A Threat to Our Economic Future,” World Bank, 2016.

"The issue: Since penicillin was...

Nicaragua Nonprofit Network October 05, 2016

Gender equality is ‘impossible’ without...

By Joanne Lu for Humanosphere, 3 October 2016.

"Millions of girls will continue to be at risk unless better statistics and data are gathered to understand the reality of their daily...

Nicaragua Nonprofit Network September 21, 2016

Financing sustainable development:...

By Philippe Orliange, Huffington Post, 16 September 2016.

"In the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals), the key word is sustainable. Indeed, the word “development” already appeared in the...

Nicaragua Nonprofit Network September 15, 2016

Antibiotic Resistance - The case for...

The NNN has been a long-standing proponent for appropriate and collaborative healthcare delivery in Nicaragua.  Medical initiatives that unknowingly overlap with one another are...

Nicaragua Nonprofit Network September 15, 2016

The Importance of a Human-Centered...

By Nitika Johri, 14 September 2016.

"As the international community prepares for the U.N. General Assembly, or UNGA, meetings this week, it is important to reflect back to just a year ago...

Nicaragua Nonprofit Network September 09, 2016

In Nicaragua, Poor Farmers Boost Their...

By Ben Schiller, 8 September 2016.

"About 10 years ago, Kahlil Baker had a good idea. He would pay farmers with spare land to plant trees. The trees would soak up carbon dioxide and, in...

Nicaragua Nonprofit Network September 07, 2016

From 2 A.M. to Sundown: A Day in the...

By Lauren Baum for Root Capital, 24 May 2016.

"For 52-year-old Carmen Blandón, her coffee farm is a business. And she’s the boss.

On her two-hectare farm in northern Nicaragua,...

Nicaragua Nonprofit Network August 29, 2016

Can enough development professionals...

By Naki B. Mendoza, 18 August 2016.

Aid workers can’t be grouped together with hedge fund managers, nor can the tasks of an NGO program officer be directly compared to those of a Wall...

Nicaragua Nonprofit Network August 03, 2016

Crowdsourcing Used To Map Nicaragua’s...

"A grassroots organization is plotting out transit routes as a way to serve areas in need" by Jiwon Kim

"While many of us are fortunate enough to live in areas with a mass public...

Nicaragua Nonprofit Network July 06, 2016

The Development Workers Rucksack - NNN...

Please check out this post by a NNN member organization regarding the uses of technology in Rural Nicaraguan development work.  

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