Conflict-Ridden Zones Can Use Help from Social Enterprises


Social entrepreneurship plays a role in advancing redevelopment and establishing plausible institutions that provide people living in conflict-affected areas a sense of ownership.

Social entrepreneurship, through social media, can also spur "clicktivism" and improve employment opportunities in warzone areas. For budding social entrepreneurs in conflict-afflicted zones, they need mentors and capital they can use to build their businesses to make a difference in their communities.


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