We must help: we can (and should) work to increase the well-being of the most vulnerable populations.
We must begin at birth: we want to live in a world where every child has access to basic healthcare, a quality education, and economic security.
We must equalize opportunity: all adults should have a chance to find a rewarding livelihood through access to markets.
Markets provide the best tool: market-based innovation and entrepreneurship are the best way to get this work done.
Markets aren’t perfect: governments and other non-market based actors play a critical role in facilitating success through advocacy, policy, rule of law, and security.