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@GOOD Asks: Which Organizations Do You Think Are Innovating to Solve Global Poverty and How? The Community Answers

Yesterday on Twitter and Facebook, we teamed up with Devex, the largest provider of business intelligence and recruitment services to the...

Yesterday on Twitter and Facebook, we teamed up with Devex, the largest provider of business intelligence and recruitment services to the international development community, to ask our friends: Which organizations do you think are innovating to solve global poverty and how?

We ask a question to our Twitter and Facebook faithful once a day, so if you’re not yet following @GOOD or a fan, make sure to sign up and participate in the conversation.


Here's a sampling of responses from our Twitter followers:





And here is what our Facebook buddies had to say:







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