This is a key question many of us are constantly striving to assess and answer; particularly, as we learn from successes and failures, and try to optimize our resources for large-scale and sustainable impact. What are the best and most effective
Thinking outside of the box often lends itself to acting as a thought leader for our partners and other changemakers—because reversing the tides of global inequality is a cooperative effort. And at Lebec Consulting, we believe in sharing what we’ve learned along the way.
Friends, I recently had the opportunity to write a blog post for WASHFunders.org on how we can accelerate progress against the global water crisis through innovative financing (such as impact investing) and smart philanthropy. My goal here was to inspire
IKEA Foundation’s prototype shelter has been tested in UNHCR camps in Ethiopia and Iraq. Credit: IKEA Foundation “Aid organisations need, in many ways, to think like companies: corporates have to innovate constantly or else they die,” Per Heggenes (CEO of
View fullsize Credit: Water.org Village near Bangalore, India that lacks access to safe water and sanitation It is mind boggling to me that in a day and age where innovation, medical breakthroughs and technologies have revolutionized our world, 750 million
View fullsize Credit: Water.org The picture above shows a woman in India who just recently received a WaterCredit loan. During my latest trip to Bangalore this year, I had the chance to visit several families and communities who had taken
View fullsize Credit: Water.org Local women in India leading and participating in a local hygiene education session, learning about the importance of hand-washing. During my recent trips to Bangalore and Chennai, it was really eye opening for me to see