Acara staff selectively engage with other organizations with synergistic missions. This can take the form of more traditionally funded university programs or informal work with impact entrepreneurs. An example of the former is the Agency for International Development–funded One Health Workforce program led by the University of Minnesota. This large program is focused on building capacity for One Health in two university consortiums in Southeast Asia and East Africa. Acara’s role is to provide impact entrepreneurship training to students in these universities.
Locally, Acara does informal reviews and consulting with social entrepreneurs and other change makers. These are done on a case by case basis. If interested, please contact us directly.