Archive for March, 2010

Teach A Man To Fish Announce Award Winners

Monday, March 29th, 2010

Teach A Man To Fish, the international non-profit organisation working to educate in developing countries, sends us news of its third annual Educating Africa Awards 2009. The top three prize winners – Educate!, House of Nations and Mama Zimbi – were selected by a panel of international judges from a pool of 260 applicants from across Africa.

Remembering Robin Rowland

Friday, March 26th, 2010

This heart-felt message on the first anniversary of GLI Co-Founder Robin Rowland’s death comes from Christopher Daniel. We make no apology in reproducing the tribute unedited and in its entirety.

Glowing memories from Candle Night

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

Japanese-based Candle Night tries to promote not only “slow time,” but also “slow” and warm relationships among people while they enjoy the candlelight. In the latest issue of the Candle Night Newsletter, the organisation share some of the stories related to candle fire.

Play school makes serious impact

Thursday, March 11th, 2010

Woza Moya is a Zulu proverb meaning ‘hands wash each other’. It is also the name of an inspiring organisation providing HIV/Aids community care and support programmes in rural Kwa Zulu-Natal in South Africa.

READ Know the Write Thing To Do!

Monday, March 8th, 2010

To celebrate World Book Day 2010, READ International is launching a special short story competition – ‘It Started With a Book’, in partnership with the British Library.

1st Solidarity Economy Social Forum, Brazil

Thursday, March 4th, 2010

The 1st Solidarity Economy Social Forum took place at Santa Maria, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil from 22nd to 24th January 2010, showing achievements in different aspects of this new economy and defining challenges to get over, with hundreds of participants mostly from all over Brazil and neighbouring countries (especially Argentina and Uruguay) but also […]

Do social entrepreneurs exist in China?

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

Do social entrepreneurs exist in China? If so, who are they?” The answer to the first question is a resounding YES…