If we want to elevate Wellbeing to the same level as GDP, the same rules need to apply. We need a universal measure of Wellbeing, subjective Wellbeing, measured to standard and independently verified that delivers actionable insight for targeted investment.Read More
GDP is an incomplete measure of progress. Without the whole picture, we fail to account for the social impact of our decisions to drive economic growth.
Just as longitude is needed alongside latitude, we need to measure Wellbeing alongside economic growth to navigate the progress of humanity.Read More
Love Mercy and Huber Social are taking a stand against the obsession with administration costs to make impact the key measure of success.
Love Mercy’s mission is to empower the women and communities of rural Uganda through their ‘Cents for Seeds Program’. The female farmers, many of whom have 5 or more children, have started their own businesses after receiving a loan of seeds coupled with agricultural and financial literacy training. The Cents for Seeds micro loan agriculture program has helped over 12,000 women across Uganda since 2010.Read More