Resource Center
 
 
U4C has compiled a resource center in support of practitioners pursuing the goal of social impact. The U4C Resource Center is a collection of research projects, case studies and publications developed by Social Impact Leaders and/or mentors. The resource center will increasingly provide existing and emerging literature, as well as a blog for practitioner sharing. This is one more example of U4C’s effort to leverage its intellectual and technical resources for expanded social impact.

Resource Center

 
Empowering Women In Mining Communities
 
Ending Extreme Poverty
 With 2015 marking the transition from the Millennium to the Sustainable Development Goals, the international community can celebrate many development successes since 2000...
The objective of this study was to explore how foreign mining companies can better work to advance Indigenous governance and sustainable socioeconomic development...
 Twenty-five years ago the first Human Development Report in 1990 began with a simple notion: that development is about enlarging people’s choices...
Narrowing The Gender Gap
 Gender equality is vital to achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which envisions a world of “universal respect for human rights and human dignity”...
Poverty in Bolivia
 Bolivia, with a GDP per capita of US$ 980, is the poorest country in South America (EIU, 2005)...
Poverty Of Indigenous Peoples Of Bolivia
 
SmallScale Mining in Bolivia
A wide range of different types of operations come under the category of small-scale mining in Bolivia, from formally established mining operations capable of moving large volumes of ore...
UNDP Economic Growth
The world has achieved remarkable gains in human development over the past two decades. Extreme poverty has significantly reduced, access to primary education and health outcomes has...
UNDP Peace Security
 Whilst the world, in general, has become more prosperous and more peaceful in recent decades, inequalities are growing in many countries and there remain significant pockets of extreme poverty, violence, exclusion and discrimination....
 Poverty is multidimensional and is not simply a lack of adequate income. For instance, earning US$1.90 PPP (purchasing power parity) per day is unlikely tthe end of the many overlapping deprivations faced...
 Water is at the core of sustainable development and its three dimensions. 1 Water resources and the range of services they provide underpin poverty reduction, economic growth, and environmental sustainability
 
 
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