With Poverty, Entrepreneurs prefer social entrepreneurship
A social entrepreneur enacts change by developing ideas in order to help the poor. The goal of social entrepreneurship is to develop and research ideas that will have a long-lasting change. The major differences between social entrepreneurship and non-profit organizations are non-profits work in the short term, collection donations and such, while social entrepreneurship is working how to help long term. Entrepreneurs believe social entrepreneurship is a better solution for ending poverty than non-profit approaches because social entrepreneurship is working to have a long-term effect.
The first reason entrepreneurs believe this is non-profit organizations work for donations and money for poverty. Donations help, but they do not sustain. In Interview with Paul Polak, Social Entrepreneur, Polak says, "poor people have to make an investment of their own time and money to move out of poverty. You can help them by removing constraints. Many of the current approaches to poverty assume you have to give them a large number of things. But there are no **sustainable** impacts once the money stops" (Tucket, 4). As soon as the donations and money run out, there is no real impact that could be helpful.
The second reason is that social entrepreneurship works to really research...