Gram Power

Author: Kate Lyons Gram Power, a company incorporated in 2012 by campus graduates Yashraj Khaitan and Jacob Dickinson, is expanding its reach with

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Microclinics International

The Challenge In impoverished and war-torn areas, regional instability leads to ineffective health care infrastructure unable to adequately treat ailments

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Lumina Project

LED Lighting The Challenge Over a billion people in the developing world lack access to an electric grid and instead

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Darfur Stove Project

Fuel Efficient Stoves for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) The Challenge Since 2003, civil conflict in Darfur has led to massive

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Women’s Emergency Communication and Reliable Electricity The Challenge Lack of reliable electricity results in inadequate obstetric care for pregnant mothers

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Experts Discuss Insights on Poverty

The importance of anthropology in poverty alleviation and development work was showcased at a March 8 panel discussion hosted by the Blum Center for Developing Economies, where speakers highlighted how anthropology can help us understand economics, policy and the alarming rates of poverty that persist in the world.

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