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AN INTRODUCTION TO ATLAS NETWORK

Dec 4, 2019

Atlas Network increases global prosperity by strengthening a network of independent partner organizations that promote individual freedom and are committed to identifying and removing barriers to human flourishing. Our vision is of a peaceful and prosperous world in which everyone is free to live, associate, and exchange, and in...
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An Introduction to Atlas Network video

AN INTRODUCTION TO ATLAS NETWORK

Dec 4, 2019

Atlas Network increases global prosperity by strengthening a network of independent partner organizations that promote individual freedom and are committed to identifying and removing barriers to human flourishing. Our vision is of a peaceful and prosperous world in which everyone is free to live, associate, and exchange, and in...
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Doing Development Differently: Tootle | Nepal video

DOING DEVELOPMENT DIFFERENTLY: TOOTLE | NEPAL

Oct 1, 2019

As part of the Doing Development Differently series, Atlas Network traveled to the incredible Kathmandu town of Nepal to tell the story of Sixit Bhatta, an entrepreneur whose creativity and vision are now providing freedom of mobility to thousands.
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Doing Development Differently: Zubair | India video

DOING DEVELOPMENT DIFFERENTLY: ZUBAIR | INDIA

Sep 30, 2019

"It is important for me to give back to society," says Zubair Ahmed, a young Indian entrepreneur who knew that the best way to help his community was to start a successful business. Back in 2015, Zubair had tried to get his computer business off the ground, but he wasn't able to scrape together enough cash to satisfy India's min...
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Doing Development Differently: Verónica | Peru video

DOING DEVELOPMENT DIFFERENTLY: VERÓNICA | PERU

Sep 23, 2019

As part of the Doing Development Differently project, Atlas Network visited Cañete Province, Peru, to uncover a day in the life of Verónica Canales—a hardware store owner whose business has thrived at the hands of a tax code change.
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Doing Development Differently: Centro Conin | Argentina video

DOING DEVELOPMENT DIFFERENTLY: CENTRO CONIN | ARGENTINA

Sep 22, 2019

As part of the Doing Development Differently project, Atlas Network traveled to the outskirts of metropolitan Buenos Aires to see how social workers who—thanks to a reduced laptop tariff— are able to use computers to manage their workflow and give families an identity in the health care system.
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Doing Development Differently: Dinesh | India video

DOING DEVELOPMENT DIFFERENTLY: DINESH | INDIA

Sep 18, 2019

Thanks to years of work by Centre for Civil Society, an Atlas Network partner in India, a law protecting street vendors like Dinesh has made it easier for him to make a living without fear of harassment. And today, Dinesh is even part of a committee that oversees matters affecting sidewalk traders, footpath dukanders—whatever lo...
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Doing Development Differently: Lorik | Nepal video

DOING DEVELOPMENT DIFFERENTLY: LORIK | NEPAL

Sep 17, 2019

A thick fog blankets the wide expanse of farmland each morning in the small village of Sugauli Birta, an agrarian community near the Indian border of Nepal. There is an accompanying silence as women and men rise with the sun to work. Sugali Birta is a 9-hour drive—or an 11-minute flight—from the Nepali capital of Kathmandu, and...
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Doing Development Differently: Luis Diego | Costa Rica video

DOING DEVELOPMENT DIFFERENTLY: LUIS DIEGO | COSTA RICA

Sep 11, 2019

Soto, who founded San José-based Turrones de Costa Rica (with brand name Turrones Doré), took his first steps as an entrepreneur out of necessity when his family found themselves in financial turmoil. To make ends meet, just after finishing high school, he started a business selling his homemade nougats door-to-door. People love...
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Doing Development Differently: Juana Manso | Argentina video

DOING DEVELOPMENT DIFFERENTLY: JUANA MANSO | ARGENTINA

Jun 5, 2019

At Juana Manso Elementary, a school in the Dock Sud neighborhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina, it’s a thrill to watch students use computers to explore new corners of the world—but easy access to technology wasn’t always an option. Computers were just too expensive for the school to afford, and so hardworking teachers were using o...
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