Many of the successful programs our donors support are driven by innovation, and they are often led by inspiring entrepreneurs, many of whom received international recognition in 2016. For instance, Raj Panjabi, CEO of Last Mile Health, was named one of Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People. You can find out more about Last Mile Health's journey from a small organization to one that is now in the process of expanding to deliver healthcare across Liberia. And you can learn which of our other partners were recognized in 2016.
Other highlights from the year included the first-year results of the world's first Development Impact Bond in education, which is pioneering a new way to encourage private sector investment to fund development programs and is 100% focused on measurable impact. And our groundbreaking Health: Going Further Portfolio, which is designed to deliver targeted, large scale, transformational change for the world's most neglected communities while allowing donors to spread their philanthropic risk and increase their chances of supporting the success stories of tomorrow.