2014/09/30

ART vs REHAB launches free Critical Tool Kits



ART vs REHAB launches free Critical Tool Kits



The Prison Arts Coalition

UNITED STATES

«ART vs REHAB is a platform for those working creatively within addiction, the criminal justice system, homelessness and mental health. It is a catalyst for criticality and change, based on the principles of open innovation and collaborative practice. Conceived by artist and researcher, Hannah Hull, the initiative aims to strengthen the relationship between art and rehabilitation.

»Over 100 artists, academics, service users, commissioners and funders have collaborated to produce six FREE Critical Tool Kits to support development in the field. Each Tool Kit is a playful and versatile collection of tasks and resources for creative practitioners.

»Beautifully illustrated by Jo Buchan, each Kit addresses a different key theme affecting socially-engaged art practice – including reclaiming evaluation, the affect art institutions have on commissioning, and maintaining creative autonomy for artists and participants.

»You can download the tool kits – plus read articles and listen to podcasts – at www.artvsrehab.com»





2014/09/29

«Newsletter L&I» (n.º 23, 2014-09-29)



Quadrinhos (Brasil)

HQ digital feita com 14 telas de equipamentos eletrônicos em sincronia e mobilidade [web] [intro]

Estrelas do jornalismo em quadrinhos participam de feira internacional [web] [intro]

Moki Mioke celebra a relação do Homem com a Natureza através do surrealismo [web] [intro]

Ocupação Laerte, uma grande homenagem do Itaú Cultural a Laerte Coutinho [web] [intro]



Valorização da Natureza (Portugal, África lusófona)

O verdadeiro software do bem estar humano [web] [intro]

Projecto BioRia [web] [intro]

Natural PT, Património vivo [web] [intro]

Bienal de Turismo de Natureza Algarve 2014 [web] [intro]



Gravedad cero

Gravedad cero: «Comenzar y terminar un concierto tocando como quieres que sea el mundo» (Concierto en México DF del trío estadounidense Children of the Light) [web] [intro]

Nissan presenta en México el asiento Gravedad Cero [web] [intro]

Tapiz rodante anti-gravedad Alter-G [web] [intro]

Instrucciones de uso de un aseo en gravedad cero. 2001: una odisea del espacio [web] [intro]



L'art de l'innovation

L’art de la guerre digitale (et de l’innovation) selon Alibaba [web] [intro]

L’art contemporain, vecteur d’innovation dans l’entreprise [web] [intro]

Jugaad : l’art du système D, de l'audace, et d’innover plus vite, mieux, à moindre coût [web] [intro]

Une approche culturelle et artistique innovante du futur métro du Grand Paris [web] [intro]



3D Printing

Printing Challenges for the First 3D Printer Aboard the International Space Station [web] [intro]

Citing demand from small businesses, UPS expands 3D printing [web] [intro]

Japan to develop program for printing 3D maps for the blind [web] [intro]

5 Reasons to Attend European 3D Printing Summit #E3DPS 2015 [web] [intro]





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2014/09/26

5 Reasons to Attend European 3D Printing Summit #E3DPS 2015




5 Reasons to Attend European 3D Printing Summit #E3DPS 2015



European 3D Printing Summit

ESPAÑA

«Come to Madrid, Spain and join the European 3D Printing Summit, 18-19 February 2015:

»1. A program infused with scientific knowledge and practical aspects of 3D printing.

»2. A multi-disciplinary learning environment to truly benefit from others’ experiences at the cutting-edge of additive manufacturing.

»3. The chance to hear from top international speakers, take part in workshops, round tables and get recognition for your work.

»4. A central meeting point for you and your colleagues across the world to connect and share experiences, knowledge & findings.

»5. An enriching environment at one of the top 5 European tourist destinations.»





2014/09/25

Japan to develop program for printing 3D maps for the blind




Japan to develop program for printing 3D maps for the blind



La Prensa Online

UNITED STATES

«Japan's cartographic authorities said software will be developed that will allow users to download data from the Internet and, using a 3D printer, produce low-cost tactile maps for the visually impaired of different parts of the country.

»The Geospatial Information Authority of Japan, or GSI, a department of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, will work with experts from different regions on the development phase.

»The software will ensure that highways, walkways and railway lines can be differentiated in the final product, the online edition of the Asahi daily reported Wednesday.

»The program's data will allow users to print streets that are raised one millimeter off the surface and can be easily detected with the fingers.

»Plans are in the works to introduce topographical features, such as uneven surfaces and hills, so these maps can be used in courses for the blind focused on earthquake- or tsunami-related evacuations and other emergencies, a professor at Niigata University who is participating in the creation of the software told the newspaper.

»Once the software is developed, all the cartographic data of Japan needed to create such maps will be available on the Internet.

»Maps of urban zones will be on a scale of 1:2,500 (1 centimeter equals 25 meters) while those of rural areas will be on a scale of 1:25,000 (1 centimeter equals 250 meters).

»The maps are to be printed on resin sheets measuring 15 x 15 cm and costing $1.40 per unit.

»The printers needed to print the maps cost between $552 and $644 in Japan.

»Given the popularization of 3D printers, data needed to make maps of very specific sites could be made available at prior request, GSI said.»


Image: Geospatial Information Authority of Japan (GSI).





2014/09/24

Citing demand from small businesses, UPS expands 3D printing




Citing demand from small businesses, UPS expands 3D printing



Fortune
Benjamin Snyder

UNITED STATES

«In an aggressive push to make 3D printing more accessible to small businesses across the U.S., United Postal Service UPS 0.37% announced Monday plans to expand the technology to 100 locations around the country. [...]

»“We are committed to offering small business owners, entrepreneurs and consumers high-tech solutions in order to assist with all of their business needs,” said Michelle Van Slyke, vice president of marketing and sales at The UPS Store, in a statement. “We launched the pilot to evaluate if there was demand for 3D print and we’re excited to be announcing an expansion, giving even more small business owners access to high-quality, professional 3D printing.”

»The types of objects that small businesses can print at the stores soon to be peppered around the country include items used for engineering, architectural models, acting props and cables, according to the UPS website. Projects take anywhere from four to five hours for simple objects to over a day for those deemed complex. [...]

»In July, meanwhile, Amazon entered the 3D printing space by beginning to sell products that online shoppers could design including bobble head dolls, pet ID tags and jewelry.»


More information on UPS: 3D Printing Frequently Asked Questions.





2014/09/23

Printing Challenges for the First 3D Printer Aboard the International Space Station




Printing Challenges for the First 3D Printer Aboard the International Space Station



NASA
Page Editor: Erin Mahoney
NASA Official: Brian Dunbar

UNITED STATES

«America has always been a nation of tinkerers, inventors, and entrepreneurs. In recent years, a growing number of Americans have gained access to technologies such as 3D printers, laser cutters, easy-to-use design software, and desktop machinery. These tools are enabling more Americans to design and make almost anything, and the applications to space exploration will help our astronauts to be less reliant on materials from Earth as they explore farther out into the solar system.

»NASA’s 3D Printing in Zero-G ISS Technology Demonstration will demonstrate the capability of utilizing a Made In Space 3D printer for in-space additive manufacturing technology. This is the first step toward realizing an additive manufacturing, print-on-demand “machine shop” for long-duration missions and sustaining human exploration of other planets, where there is extremely limited ability and availability of Earth-based logistics support. If an astronaut tool breaks, future space pioneers won’t be able to go to the local hardware store to purchase a replacement, but with 3D printing they will be able to create their own replacement or create tools we’ve never seen before. For NASA as well as the Maker community, 3D printing provides end-to-end product development.

»NASA in conjunction with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Foundation, has issued a series of "Future Engineers" 3D Space Challenges for students focused on solving real-world space exploration problems. Students will become the creators and innovators of tomorrow by using 3D modeling software to submit their designs and have the opportunity for their design to be printed on the first 3D printer aboard the International Space Station. The winning student will watch from NASA’s Payload Operations Center with the mission control team as the item is printed in space.

»The Design a Space Tool Challenge is the first in series of challenges where students in grades K-12 will create and submit a digital 3D model of a tool that they think astronauts need in space. Future Engineers is a multi-year education initiative that consists of 3D Space Challenges and curriculum videos on the site that parents and educators can use to get kids designing today.

»NASA’s 3D Printing in Zero-G ISS Technology Demonstration will demonstrate the capability of utilizing a Made In Space 3D printer for in-space additive manufacturing technology. This is the first step toward realizing an additive manufacturing, print-on-demand “machine shop” for long-duration missions and sustaining human exploration of other planets, where there is extremely limited ability and availability of Earth-based logistics support. If an astronaut tool breaks, future space pioneers won’t be able to go to the local hardware store to purchase a replacement, but with 3D printing they will be able to create their own replacement or create tools we’ve never seen before. For NASA as well as the Maker community, 3D printing provides end-to-end product development.

»NASA and the ASME Foundation will work together to inspire the next generation of space enthusiasts by highlighting student’s 3D designs submissions in Maker Community Challenge Showcases and in on online open hardware design repository.»





2014/09/22

«Newsletter L&I» (n.º 22, 2014-09-22)



Inovação e impossíveis (Brasil)

Brasil e África do Sul unirão bases por competitividade no mercado internacional [web] [intro]

O terceiro setor e a sociedade [web] [intro]

Acredite no impossível – a cultura do fracasso [web] [intro]

Fuuzle: Milhões de boletins informativos e feeds RSS disponíveis em tempo real, em 26 idiomas, gratuitamente [web] [intro]



Inovação e impossíveis (Portugal, África lusófona)

Andar a 320 km/h com peças impressas em 3D [web] [intro]

A utopia dos homens livres (Reflexões sobre a liberdade) [web] [intro]

Cambridge capta mais fundos para Inovação que Portugal [web] [intro]

José Ferreira Machado Best Leader Award 2014 na categoria de Administração Pública, Institutos e Universidades [web] [intro]



Innovación e imposibles

Respuestas de innovación con preguntas imposibles [web] [intro]

Lo imposible. Lo inalcanzable [web] [intro]

Formación en ética y participación ciudadana [web] [intro]

Innovación, Disrupción y Nueva Economía [web] [intro]



L'innovation et les impossibles

La méthode Freinet [web] [intro]

Faire de l’innovation avec un petit « i » [web] [intro]

Financement De L’innovation: Chemin De Croix Du Continent Africian [web] [intro]

Précaution, Innovation, Non-régression : une devise impossible pour une société en crise [web] [intro]



Innovation and the impossibles

Rethinking Social Innovation between Invention and Imitation [web] [intro]

Here’s how «disruptive innovation» works in nature: a killing-machine fish has colonized reefs from Venezuela to Rhode Island [web] [intro]

Open Innovation Manifesto [web] [intro]

Why Innovation Eats Strategy for Breakfast [web] [intro]





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2014/09/19

Why Innovation Eats Strategy for Breakfast



Josh Linkner: Why Innovation Eats Strategy for Breakfast
Inc.
United States


«It's impossible to win solely by managing existing assets when your competitors are busy inventing new ones. [...] As leaders, our responsibility is to embrace the notion of ongoing reinvention as a core tenant of sustainable success. Rather than waiting until we've been dislodged by the dazzling innovation of others, we must use our resources to be our own source of transformation. Today's rules are simple: Disrupt or be disrupted. Organizations and leaders that prioritize innovation and challenge their most fundamental beliefs are the ones that will win over the long-term. While those that focus on optimizing their existing models run the risk of joining Blockbuster, Pan Am, and Polaroid as case studies of previous innovators that failed to change. Innovation must be the priority, with strategy playing second fiddle. The good news is that the opportunities for creative disruption have never been greater. By attacking each aspect of your business--from products and services to operations to distribution to brand positioning--you have a blank canvas on which to unleash your creativity. Your masterpiece awaits.»





2014/09/18

Open Innovation Manifesto



General Electric: Open Innovation Manifesto
United States


«We believe openness leads to inventiveness and usefulness. We also believe that it’s impossible for any organization to have all the best ideas, and we strive to collaborate with experts and entrepreneurs everywhere who share our passion to solve some of the world’s most pressing issues. We’re initiating a fundamental shift in the way we do business - this is what we’ll stand for in our open collaboration efforts and how we will operate.»






2014/09/17

Here’s how «disruptive innovation» works in nature: a killing-machine fish has colonized reefs from Venezuela to Rhode Island



Gwynn Guilford: Here’s how «disruptive innovation» works in nature: a killing-machine fish has colonized reefs from Venezuela to Rhode Island
Quartz
United States


«In a way, ecosystems are like markets—ones with perfect competition, where the struggle to eat and avoid being eaten long enough to breed is so intense that no market participant can dominate. Evolution, in other words, makes “disruptive innovation” impossible. Until the rise of global trade, that is. Transporting a given species to an alien ecosystem that had never adapted to its traits is similar to what tech writers might call “creating new markets,” by changing how technology—i.e. those traits—could be applied. Sometimes this disruption has been so stark that it created a monopoly—placing a species in an ecosystem with plentiful food and no natural predators. Without any competitive threats, the species takes over.»






2014/09/16

Rethinking Social Innovation between Invention and Imitation



Sebastian Olma: Rethinking Social Innovation between Invention and Imitation
Institute of Network Cultures
The Netherlands


«Social innovation would become an institution of meta-activism that works like a guardian for endangered social practices. Subcultures come to mind but also all sorts of cultural, artistic, economic and other experiments. The focus would shift from the problematic practice of designing ‘solutions’ for social change – which, as we have seen above is predicated on a reductive understanding of the relationship between invention and imitation – to an approach whose goal is the facilitation of a high degree of social serendipity. Instead of trying to do the impossible and establish the invention of social change as an isolated disciplinary field, social innovation could thus become an area of activism and policy that stretches throughout much of the social fabric. Paradoxically, such an non-ethical reorientation would also lead social innovation to a new, more realistic and rather exciting definition of a possible ethics: that of being a counterforce to the neoliberal and technocratic tendencies of social standardization.»





2014/09/15

«Newsletter L&I» (n.º 21, 2014-09-15)



Ideias e inovações (Brasil)

«Inovação, Ideia ou Invenção?» [web] [intro]

«Inovação social: perspectivas e desafios» [web] [intro]

As Competências dos Inovadores [web] [intro]

Gestão de ideias para inovação: transformando a criatividade em soluções práticas [web] [intro]



Ideias e inovações (Portugal, África lusófona)

S CIS-M – Todos a pensar social – Concurso de Ideias de Inovação Social [web] [intro]

BICMINHO [web] [intro]

Projecto I9Source [web] [intro]

Fóruns de Cidadania da Associação Portuguesa de Criatividade e Inovação (APGICO) [web] [intro]



Ideas e innovaciones

Piensa en Cobre 2015 [web] [intro]

Momento actual de la internacionalización de los servicios financieros tecnológicos (fintech) latinoamericanos. 2ª edición de NEXT BANK BOGOTÁ [web] [intro]

¿Dónde nacen las grandes ideas? [web] [intro]

Pensar en pequeño para hacer que las cosas empiecen a moverse y las personas a contribuir [web] [intro]



Idées et innovations

Une idée pour le Québec : l’innovation [web] [intro]

Lotfi Halfaoui: «Il n’y a pas de volontarisme politique fort pour la réindustrialisation» [web] [intro]

Innovation frugale une ambition Indienne, une opportunité mondiale [web] [intro]

Projet FRED (Fabrication Rapide & Éco-Design) [web] [intro]



Ideas and innovations

2014 Ideas and Innovations Conference [web] [intro]

Government of India (Ministry of Rural Development - Ministry of Panchayati Raj - Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation): Bank of Ideas & Innovations [web] [intro]

When new ideas breed new losers [web] [intro]

Dubai may be a better example for a peaceful, cohesive Iraq than more bombs. It is the economy that unites people [web] [intro]





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2014/09/12

Dubai may be a better example for a peaceful, cohesive Iraq than more bombs. It is the economy that unites people



Habib Al Mulla (Attorney, specialising in Arbitration): Dubai may be a better example for a peaceful, cohesive Iraq than more bombs. It is the economy that unites people
via Gulf News
Dubai
United Arab Emirates


«We must remember that the conflict in Iraq is emblematic of a troubling trend that sees modernity clash with tradition. [...] Astute local and international leaders, however, could well mitigate extended violence by looking to emulate an existing example of inter-cultural success: the UAE, and particularly Dubai. The UAE and Dubai are not democratic entities in the western sense. Yet we have managed to build a governmental and economic system that continues to work in an efficient way, compared to anything in the region. Economic growth, human development, state-of-the-art infrastructure, and educational and health care systems here are unmatched in a region where only conflict is often dominant. In large part, this success is built on a foundation of providing broad-based economic opportunity. We have seen that such opportunity dilutes conflict, more easily enables tolerance, and creates an array of common goals that foster multiple levels of human accomplishment. Properly envisioned economic opportunity requires tolerance, inclusion and patience. These qualities are not easily assimilated, especially where religion is concerned. [...] What Iraq and the region need is to engage their populations in an economic goal that focuses on building a better future for them and their children. People engaged in economic growth find little time, if any, for the joy of ideologies. People may argue, and even fight, about ideologies, religion and ethnic differences, history, social and cultural issues but they rarely argue about the need for better jobs, income, education, housing and healthcare. If a regime can concentrate it’s efforts in the provision of these needs and encourage its population to thrive for economic growth, then who would listen to the voices of extremism? It is the economy that unites people. [...] The UAE and Dubai are not perfect. We have much work to do, more in some areas than others. Overall, however, we are progressing, not regressing. We are doing that with vigour, together, and with as much openness as our society allows. And we are doing that as a state that embraces Islam as a religion and as a cultural identity.»





2014/09/11

When new ideas breed new losers



Sydney Finkelstein (Faculty Director of the Tuck Executive Program): «When new ideas breed new losers»
via BBC Capital
United States


«In each instance the innovator changes the rules on the incumbent. But who makes those rules is crucially important. For most innovations, “rules” are a metaphor for a new way of competing, but in some markets there are very precise rules on how you must compete and government regulators carefully crafted those rules. [...] There are no easy solutions here. Business unfettered by regulation doesn’t turn out so great, lest we forget the global financial crisis, which was driven in part by the deregulation of financial markets in many countries, and especially the US. But like most people, I want my Uber, and even more important, should I ever need it, I absolutely want my Sovaldi. The truth is that every innovation creates losers. But let’s not forget that the winners, and the benefits they accrue, also count, a great deal.»






2014/09/10

Government of India (Ministry of Rural Development - Ministry of Panchayati Raj - Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation): Bank of Ideas & Innovations



Government of India (Ministry of Rural Development - Ministry of Panchayati Raj - Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation)
Bank of Ideas & Innovations
India


«The ministry is cognizant to the fact that the innovations are at multiple stages of growth and therefore need varied kinds of support to realize the true potential. The innovators have been classified into three categories to develop tools & support targeted for a particular category.
Scalable Solutions: These categories of innovations are the ones that have proven success on in the field. These are essentially mature & stable solutions adopted at scale in rural areas and need government support for the solution to reach a much larger audience. The ministry has held two innovation forums in Bihar & Maharashtra to identify some such solution providers, a list of which can be found here (http://www.biharinnovationforum.in) & (http://www.msrlm.org/mrlif/)
Social Enterprises: There are many exciting innovations been prototyped by young entrepreneurs that are solving social problems. These entrepreneurs need mentoring, hand holding and financial support. The ministry is committed to supporting them to create a robust pipeline of scalable enterprises.
Grass-root Innovators: An effort pioneered by the Honey Bee Network and the National Innovation Foundation, ministry will be extending specific support to solutions that are scalable locally. This is something that will bring out the innovativeness of the rural youth and local support institutions will be invigorated to provide the necessary hand holding to the grass root innovators. MoRD in Bihar, the sample of which can be seen here https://www.facebook.com/rootsofinnovation, conducted a similar exercise.
Partner Institutions: There are a number of prestigious institutes supporting innovations in their infancy. The Ministry will partner with such institutions such that the institutions have more capacity and inclination to come up with solutions to the more pressing problems of rural India.»






2014/09/09

2014 Ideas and Innovations Conference



National Community Action Foundation
2014 Ideas and Innovations Conference
United States


«The Ideas and Innovations Conference is a meeting for Community Action stakeholders to network, strategize, and learn from our partners and each other. The Conference stemmed from the recognition that organizations that do not innovate can become irrelevant. This conference serves as a think tank for Community Action. Come ready to discuss what's next. We are interested in your Community Action innovations. How are you bringing your ideas into practice? Did you find a creative way to address an old issue? Are you finding new ways to fill gaps in your community?»





2014/09/08

«Newsletter L&I» (n.º 20, 2014-09-08)



Micro-emprendedores e inovação (Brasil)

Microempresa Agrocon - Cerâmica Vegetal [web] [L&I]

«A história do Pedro Cascaes Filho e a sua luta a favor da micro e pequena empresa» [web] [L&I]

Empreendedorismo e sistemas de inovação: como superar os desafios brasileiros [web] [L&I]

Bom empreendedor é aquele que pensa grande, mas age como pequeno [web] [L&I]



Micro-emprendedores e inovação (Portugal, África lusófona)

[Ignite#52] Rui Pinheiro - O bichinho do empreendedorismo! [web] [L&I]

«Associação Industrial Portuguesa promove empreendedorismo» [web] [L&I]

«Empreendedorismo em Portugal» [web] [L&I]

Empreendedorismo Low Cost em tempo de Crise [web] [L&I]



Innovadores en la microempresa

#MITinnovadores35 - Premiación Innovadores menores de 35 México 2014 [web] [L&I]

«Emprendedurismo social, los pasos no escritos» [web] [L&I]

Internet, la mano derecha de los microempresarios [web] [L&I]

Emprendedurismo [web] [L&I]



Innovateurs et micro-entreprises

African Enterprise Malawi Team Leader Enock Phiri at PCEA Kariobangi South [web] [L&I]

«Aliko Dangote - Portrait de l'homme le plus riche d'Afrique» [web] [L&I]

Nuits de l'Entrepreneuriat 2014 ESSEC BBA [web] [L&I]

Présentation: Damien Stevens, chef d'entreprise d'une PME [web] [L&I]



Innovators and micro-enterprises

Our Approach to Innovation Is Dead Wrong | Diana Kander | TEDxKC [web] [L&I]

«David Cameron discusses home-based businesses and entrepreneurs» [web] [L&I]

Perspectives on Africa - 4 young entrepreneurs talk about Africa, Youth and Entrepreneurship [web] [L&I]

Story of a Micro-Entrepreneur (Nanduben) from India [web] [L&I]





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2014/09/01

«Newsletter L&I» (n.º 19, 2014-09-01)



Microempresa inovadora (Brasil)

BNDES MPME Inovadora - Programa BNDES de Apoio a Micro, Pequena e Média Empresa Inovadora [web] [intro]

Programa de Apoio à Gestão de Negócios Inovadores (Pro Inovar) [web] [intro]

Programa de Apoio à Competitividade das Micro e Pequenas Indústrias (PROCOMPI) [web] [intro]

TECNOVA [web] [intro]



Microempresa inovadora (Portugal, África lusófona)

Centro de Empresas e Inovação da Madeira (CEIM / BIC Madeira) [web] [intro]

Elevada proporção de PME’s e inexistência de capacidades empreendedoras suficientes [web] [intro]

Sistema de Incentivos de Apoio Local a Microempresas (SIALM) [web] [intro]

Projeto RUR@L INOV - Inovar em Meio Rural (Inquérito à inovação nas áreas rurais portuguesas) [web] [intro]



Microempresa innovadora

Programa BA Innova [web] [intro]

Aprenda, Instituto de la Microempresa del Grupo ACP [web] [intro]

Política Nacional de Emprendimiento de El Salvador [web] [intro]

eGoverment: Mejora de la Competitividad de la Micropyme - InnovaTIC [web] [intro]



Micro-entreprise innovante

Programme de Promotion de l'Entrepreneuriat des Jeunes (PPEJ) [web] [intro]

La Banque islamique de développement (BID) finance des micro-projets de 1.128 femmes de la communauté rurale de Touba Fall, Département de Mbacké, Sénégal [web] [intro]

Pour le défi des micro-sociétés: Bitoubi. Troisième édition du salon lausannois [web] [intro]

Fin 2012, une partie des microentreprises reste à l’écart des TIC (Enquêtes TIC 2012 et TIC-TPE 2012) [web] [intro]



Innovative micro-enterprise

The Filipino work spirit of bayanihan (teamwork) [web] [intro]

Start & Improve Your Business (SIYB) Programme [web] [intro]

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program [web] [intro]

Microfinance as a Catalyst for Industry and SME Growth (Panel discussion during the Asia Microfinance Forum - Shanghai, 4-8 August 2014) [web] [intro]





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