Kevin Starr

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"Dr Kevin Starr runs the Mulago Foundation and is the founder and director of the Rainer Arnhold Fellows Program. Mulago works like a social impact venture fund to seed and grow the most promising solutions in health, development, and conservation in the Third World. The Fellows program is an outgrowth of the Foundation, and works with some of the best social entrepreneurs working in the developing world to maximize their impact through a structured evolution of project design. Both the Foundation and Fellows program are built around a systematic way to evaluate and design for real impact that will scale up. Kevin has been doing this work since 1996 and is currently involved in more than 30 projects around the world – from forest conservation by monks in Tibet to micro-franchise clinics in Kenya. He originally trained as a physician and continues to practice medicine (very) part-time. "[1]

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  1. Who we are, Wild4life, accessed January 27, 2011.