Jacqueline Novogratz:
Jacqueline Novogratz: Une troisième voie pour réfléchir à l'aide humanitaire

TED@State · 17:04 · Filmed Jun 2009
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Le débat sur l'aide étrangère oppose souvent ceux qui se méfient de la "charité" à ceux qui se méfient de la dépendance aux marchés. Jacqueline Novogratz propose une voie médiane qu'elle appelle le capital patient, avec des exemples prometteurs d'innovation entrepreneuriale qui entraîne un changement social.

Social entrepreneur
Jacqueline Novogratz founded and leads Acumen, a nonprofit that takes a businesslike approach to improving the lives of the poor. In her book "The Blue Sweater" she tells stories from the philanthropy, which emphasizes sustainable bottom-up solutions over traditional top-down aid. Full bio
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