Global Entrepreneurship Summit Highlights Innovative Methods To Address Women’s Health, Maternal, Child Survival
VOA News: Entrepreneurs at Global Summit Tackle Range of Challenges
“Appalled at the incidence of sexual harassment and abuse in India’s cities, ElsaMarie D’Silva co-founded the Red Dot Foundation, whose crowdsourcing platform collects anecdotes and data, then maps dangerous and safe public spaces. Inspired by a cousin’s medical work in Myanmar, Michael Lwin left his job as a U.S. corporate attorney to join his relative in setting up Koe Koe Tech, a social enterprise providing mobile health information to improve maternal and child health in the Asian country’s rural areas. D’Silva and Lwin are among more than 700 innovators and investors gathered for the 2016 Global Entrepreneurship Summit at Stanford University in California’s tech-centric Silicon Valley…” (Guensburg/Sarai, 6/24).
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