Twitter Top 10 – 5/10/15
It’s Mother’s Day in the U.S., and we’ve put together a selection of tweets that any mother would love (assuming she’s involved in social enterprise or global development).
This week’s tweets include case studies for impact investors, a thought-provoking challenge to recent microfinance research, some disturbing development’s on India’s financial inclusion front, and our usual array of resources and insights condensed to 140 characters or less. (They also include some interesting gift ideas for mom.)
As always, please tweet suggestions for your top tweets of the week to @NextBillion or NextBillion managing editor @ScotterAnderson (for general social enterprise/global development topics), to @NextBillionHC (for health care related items), and to @NextBillionFI (for financial inclusion and impact investing topics).
Why is the number of poor people in Africa increasing when Africa’s economies are growing? (Not the reason you think) http://t.co/JQIXX70Fus
— Laurence Chandy (@laurencechandy) May 5, 2015
— Pioneers Post (@PioneersPost) May 7, 2015
— J.P. Morgan (@jpmorgan) May 8, 2015
— The Lancet (@TheLancet) May 8, 2015
— MicroSave (@MicroSave) May 8, 2015
— The SEEP Network (@TheSEEPNetwork) May 5, 2015
— BoP Hub (@BoPHub) May 6, 2015
— CGAP (@CGAP) May 5, 2015
— GIIN (@theGIIN) May 6, 2015
4 Mother’s Day Gifts To Change the World http://t.co/CJjn4xGTvw (new post)
— PSI (@PSIimpact) May 6, 2015