Trade vs. Aid: A Brief Guide to Business as a Force for Community Development

September 07, 2018 2 Comments

Trade vs. Aid: A Brief Guide to Business as a Force for Community Development

This is a four-part breakdown of social enterprises compared to charitable acts, and examines how sustainable economic development is a long-term solution for disrupting cycles of generational poverty.

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Jeff S
Jeff S

September 11, 2018

Great explanation! Social enterprise also builds character, confidence, self-worth, teamwork, and positive social and economic change. Green Banana is a shining example of social enterprise that works.
PS: I HAVE a banana wallet and I love it! Get yours today.

Konstantin K.
Konstantin K.

September 08, 2018

Hello, there!

Great explanation for making the world a little better as a whole! People often dont see the real problems and solutions! Wish you all the best for the future! Best regards from Germany, Konstantin!

PS: Soon I will get my own Banana Wallet; Im not sure yet which one I should pick!

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