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What do Robin Chase, Richard Branson, Maya Penn, Aaron Hurst, Tonya Surman and over 80 percent of Ashoka’s top social entrepreneur Fellows have in common?
Submitted by Stephen Outlaw on Wed, June 1, 2016
Editor's note: This article originally appear on NextBillion.netWhen Darrel Hammond, founder ofKaBoom! set out to make sure that every child has a great place to play, his plan for building playgrounds had a special twist. Instead of building the playgrounds himself, Darrel made sure that parents,...
Submitted by Stephen Outlaw on Fri, April 29, 2016
Editor's Note: This post was submitted by Bob Spoer - Chief Entrepreneur for People/Search/Partnerships at Ashoka.What do Robin Chase, Richard Branson, Maya Penn, Aaron Hurst, Tonya Surman and over 80 percent of Ashoka’s top social entrepreneur Fellows have in common?They started a purpose-...
"Back in Syria, I did not know I was a changemaker. Now in Zaatari of all places, I feel I am a changemaker,"  said a young Syrian who participated in Ashoka’s Youth Venture’s #MeWeSyria program. These are not mere words. These words are a measure of success that speaks to young refugees’...

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