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SEP0025 Peepoo Bags: Sanitation for the Bottom of the Pyramid
SEP0020 DesiCrew Solutions Pvt. Ltd.’s Reverse Migration Model: Going Rural with Socially Relevant BPO
SEP0019 Rural Opportunities Production Enterprise (ROPE) International: Success With Social Entrepreneurship?
SEP0018 International Development Enterprise India's (IDEI) Affordable Irrigation Technology: Making a Big Social Impact? * Award Winning Case Study
SEP0017 Mercy Corps’ Bank Andara in Indonesia: Delivering Socialism through Capitalism
SEP0016 Wellington Baiden – Ghana’s Eco-friendly Entrepreneur
SNW0003, The Indian Social Networking Start-up: Differentiating with the Bottom of the Pyramid
SEP0015 Bottom of the Pyramid: Companies and B-Schools explore to exploit?
SEP0014 Vikram Akula's SKS Microfinance Pvt. Ltd.: The Making of a Successful Microfinance Institution
SEP0013 Population Services International, the US-based NGO's War on AIDS: Making the Marketing Mix, the Myanmar Way
SEP0012 StreetShine, UK's Social Enterprise: Making the Business to make a Difference
SEP0011 Bill Drayton’s “Ashoka”: The Social Entrepreneur’s “Social Enterprise”
SEP0010 The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, World's Largest Charity: Philanthropy with a Managerial Approach
SEP0009 Cambodia's ACLEDA: From Microfinance to Banking
SEP0008 Nick Negroponte's 'One Laptop Per Child (OLPC)' Program: A New Dimension of Public-Private Partnership?
SEP0007 Venture Philanthropy: The “Marketization” of Civil Society?
SEP0006 Aravind Eye Hospitals: A Case in Social Entrepreneurship
SEP0005 Social Entrepreneurship: Serving the ‘Niche’ Business
SEP0004 Paul Newman – At the Vanguard of Business Philanthropy
SEP0003 Micro Finance: A Case of Grameen Bank, Bangladesh


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