The poverty stoplight. How to keep people at the steering wheel of their own future.

23rd of November 2020 

Martin Burt gave a live presentation from Paraguay.

Dr. Martín Burt is a world-renowned social entrepreneur who has developed various anti-poverty and educational social innovations that are currently being implemented in five continents. He is the founder (1985) and CEO of Fundación Paraguaya, a social enterprise named Latin America’s most impactful and innovative development organization in 2018 by the Inter-American Development Bank. 
Dr. Burt is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship at the World Economic Forum, the Global Foodbanking Network, and Teach a Man to Fish. In public service, he has served as Chief of Staff to the President of Paraguay, was elected Mayor of Asunción, and was appointed Vice Minister of Commerce. 
Dr. Burt has written books on economics, development, municipal government, poetry and education. His latest book “Who Owns Poverty?” was published in September 2019. 
He has received awards from organizations including Avina Foundation, Skoll Foundation, Schwab Foundation, Synergos, Eisenhower Fellowship, Inter-American Development Bank, World Innovation Summit for Education, and Nestlé. He holds a PhD from Tulane University and is a Visiting Professor of Social Entrepreneurship at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Distinguished Visiting Professor at University of California, Irvine.
The Stoplight is a tool that seeks to activate the potential of families and communities to lift themselves out of poverty. 
Using a technology platform, it offers a self-assessment survey and intervention model that enables people to develop practical solutions to overcome their specific needs. This tool empowers families and unites organizations in a powerful social movement.
Martin Burt took us on an inspiring journey beyond the tool itself and shared his vision on poverty, social entrepreneurship and the strong believe in the capacity of people.
Hereunder you find the links to the most important questions tackled by Martin Burt (recordings of the webinar).


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