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Gnana Studio commented on Business Fights Poverty's group Like-minded people | Business and International Development
"Hello there We are a romanian brand lunched by Floriana Sandu-a young designer- from passion of nature, beauty and freedom. With tendencies on the contrast between natural, simplicity and craftmanship, Gnana brings a versatile and conceptual design…"
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http://www.businessactionforafrica.org
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People passionate about fighting poverty through ethical fashion
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Business Fights Poverty is a professional network for those passionate about fighting poverty through business.
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Business Fights Poverty was created in March 2008 as a platform for harnessing the collective energies of those who want to make a difference through good business.

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Fighting climate change and poverty in Africa

Posted on November 11, 2009 at 20:30 0 Comments

As Nick Sternhttp://i.ixnp.com/images/v6.14/t.gif , who led the Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change, argued recently, “There are two big challenges for this century, and they are world poverty and climate change. We have to take these two together – we succeed or fail on them together”. Climate change is expected to hit the poorest hardest.



There are two primary connections here for business in… Continue

Proposal for a 'Good for Development' company mark: consultation exercise

Posted on August 12, 2009 at 11:00 0 Comments

The Overseas Development Institute has proposed a new "Good for Development" Mark that recognises companies that are delivering development gains through their core business: creating jobs, bringing investment capital, training workers, using local suppliers and fostering small and medium enterprises.



ODI is interested in getting your views on the idea.



To find out more about the Good for Development Mark and to… Continue

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