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Many of you learned about the distribution challenge from my colleague and Essmart's co-founder, Jackie Stenson. If you haven't watched her E4C webinar, please do so. It is a fantastic introduction to the problem of distributing the life-improving technologies that many of you are inventing at this moment. She highlights the truth that our social enterprise, Essmart, was founded on: Even though you may have created an amazing technology that is a real labor of love and technical wizardry, distributing it to the people you made it for will be your biggest challenge.
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A new startup plans to introduce do-it-yourself cellular networks in rural communities worldwide

Endaga has a cash infusion and a plan to build community-run cellular networks in out-of-the-way spots around the world. Read more...

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The clinical trial conundrum: Why implementation studies, not RCTs, are sometimes best for medical devices

Clinical trials for medical devices in global health may be the gold standard, but implementation studies may be more practical in some cases, Mary Kate Quinn at Rice 360 guest writes. Read more...

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