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Analyzing feedback from donors, medical partners, and doctors in the field, Samahope's team realized that there is a better, more powerful way to achieve their mission and have a profound...
“We’re delighted to renew our grant to Samahope. Our initial grant has made a difference to so many lives, people who may have not been able to receive a lifesaving operation or treatment without...
Enter her latest project, Samahope, an experiment in crowdfunding medical treatment--like burn care--for the very poor. Think of it as Kiva for surgery. “There are millions of people who need...
Crowdsourcing site-Samahope, providing health care access to the world's poorest people, is offering a special way to honor moms all around the world by funding medical treatments for moms...
Samahope allows anyone, anywhere, to fund life-changing surgeries for people who can't afford them.
Sama means "equal" in Sanskrit and reflects our desire to provide equal access to basic medical care to low-income people. Focused initially in rural Sierra Leone, we are helping to fund...
Samahope has launched a special fundraising campaign on Indiegogo, with an ambitious goal of $50,000. These donations are crucial in jumpstarting Samahope's influence around the world....
article Cloud Labor, Crowdfunding
Samahope is an experiment in crowdfunding surgeries in developing countries that Janah began in 2011. Samausa, launching early next year in Northern California, is a pilot program funded by the...
Through working together, Cigna and Samahope hope to improve the health of women and children in Chennai, India, with other areas of India to be included in the future. The grant will enable...
Crowdfunding, Open Innovation
In this Crowd Coffee: first real estate equity crowdfunding investment paying off; crowdfunding beer in Scotland; Samahope and crowdfunding for medical professionals; open innovation in the jewelry space; and more.
Cloud Labor, Crowdfunding, Distributed Knowledge
In this full half-hour version of the Crowded Room podcast, Episode 22, Eric Blattberg and Anton Root cover all the week's headlines and have a conversation about crowdfunding films today with two special guests, Karen Worden and David Branin of FilmCourage.
In this Crowd Coffee: equity crowdfunding in Denmark may be on the horizon; why using Kickstarter to buy the Wu-Tang album makes little sense; Thomson Reuters and internal crowdsourcing; GE and Saudi Aramco put on an open innovation challenge; taxing the sharing economy; and more.