From a small social enterprise in Uganda that produces low-cost sanitary pads to a large MNC that is ensuring its suppliers get a fair and sustainable income, this month we highlight the businesses that are having a significant impact on the lives of women at the BoP.
The Innovations Against Poverty 2013 Portfolio Review gives a status report on the inclusive businesses supported by IAP. It assesses the commercial viability of the projects and explores the development effects.
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|Innovations Against Poverty KE Report 2013||Spotlight: Designing products and services for illiterate users||Insider: Why go it alone? Take your partners||Final findings from the Business Innovation Facility pilot|
|Learn from the journeys of IB start-ups in the IAP portfolio||How to ensure your products can be used and understood by everybody||Why inclusive businesses need new and unexpected partnerships||Read about the commercial & social results and lessons learnt from the BIF pilot|
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