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The partnership between NPR and Skoll Foundation aims to expand coverage of social entrepreneurs with compelling solutions to the world’s most pressing problems. In 2010, NPR launched its first social entrepreneur stories with the series “Social Entrepreneurs: Taking on World Problems” and has continued integrating coverage of social entrepreneurship throughout its reporting, sharing the personal stories of individuals tackling and making a mark on significant world issues. NPR’s Audience Insight team has fielded numerous audience surveys regarding listeners’ understanding of and perceptions about social entrepreneurs, which have helped the Foundation further refine its outreach strategies.
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