« How Stanford Global Health Education Reshapes Non-Profit - Michael Olsen »

In Chapter 5 of 16, social entrepreneur and 2003 Stanford graduate Michael Olsen starts a non-profit, Kilifi Kids - - with his brother to provide secondary school scholarships to Kenyan children.  After working with Rotary International on scholarships, Olsen references his Stanford International Health class and his studies on high impact, low cost interventions.  Using notes, Olsen steers his organization to finance deworming medication for 30,000 school children at 25 cents or one quarter per child. 

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