How can Women be empowered to bring HIV down in east Africa?

How did organic food become a million dollar endeavor in the Egyptian desert?

Can for profit companies serve developing countries?

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January 18, 2015

Follow us to a Chicago food desert to shop for a family of four, and talk with a doctor who grew up in the neighborhood about what shopping was like for her family growing up. We also visit with food assistance programs (including the Chicago Food Depository) to see ho...

January 11, 2015

James, a Vietnam War veteran/former gang member/alcoholic with 20+ years sober, participates in a variety of welfare programs, and spends his days helping and giving back to those in need. See welfare and philanthropy through his eyes, as we discuss their effects on bo...

January 2, 2015

Can an inadequate system of care be positively affected through disruptive approaches? We travel to Haiti, a country with a history of natural disasters, to visit with leaders who are affecting change from the inside out through new models for education and leadership.

January 1, 2015

Countries that have some of the characteristics of a developed market but not yet a developed market of their own are referred to as emerging markets. Markets can move between being developed and emerging based on their current status. The five major emerging national...

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