- Fan Gang
- Robert Lawrence
- Guntram Wolff
- Martyn Davies
- Ricardo Hausmann
- Suman Bery
- In Myanmar, with Mercy Corps’ “Kompanion Myanmar”, a new microfinance institution which will deliver holistic services to small business, with a special emphasis on women and youth;
- In Nigeria, with The ASSETS program which will complement Mercy Corps’ Educating Nigerian Girls In New Enterprises(ENGINE) program by furthering girls' access to and ability to manage economic assets; and
- In the United States, with Habitat for Humanity’s Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative Work/Live Project which develops space for functional home-based businesses, increasing employment and income opportunities for low income families.
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