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Grayson Fuller Grayson Fuller

The SDG Index and Dashboards synthesize insights for policymakers and the public. Each country is measured on a spectrum to see where it stands in achieving the SDGs.

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Harpreet Bagga Harpreet Bagga

Creating impact at scale is not just about non-profits scaling up, but rather a supportive ecosystem that enables this scale up. Philanthropy can play a huge role in supporting this by driving more strategic capital to the sector, which supports not just implementation of projects on ground but rather supports organizations in scaling up successful models and provides/builds growth resources to do so.

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Kasia Weina Kasia Weina

Evergreen Labs allows for a comfortable entry into the intimidating and often chaotic Vietnamese market. Once fully established in Vietnam, Evergreen Labs plans to expand to other Southeast Asian countries in 2019.

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Anh Nguyen Anh Nguyen

Limited technical competencies are one of the major barriers MSMEs face in accessing external finance. Read our five insights on these.

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Saurabh Lall Saurabh Lall

This study raises some interesting questions on the relationship between financial and social performance. Do those entrepreneurs that measure their social performance tend to perform better financially as well? This study makes a first step at looking at this topic, and lays the groundwork for future research on this critical topic.

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Syarif Hamdi Syarif Hamdi

Financial illiteracy, lack of support network, and low uptake of Government-support trainings are one of the few financial hurdles for women entrepreneurs in Southeast Asia. To this end, one of the options which were raised was on incubation programs as an effective way to tackle business knowledge-related issues. AVPN, with the support of Sasakawa Peace […]

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Shaveta Sharma-Kukreja Shaveta Sharma-Kukreja

Acknowledging the criticality of developing effective School Leaders, the panel on “Leadership Training in Schools” at the AVPN India Summit 2017 is an exciting platform to discuss best practices, and leverage on the opportunities, and challenges already briefly highlighted in this blog.

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Gupriya Singh Gupriya Singh

The potential for growth and high returns in the education sector is spurring social ventures to build innovative models to affect widespread and lasting change.

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Bidisha Roy Das Bidisha Roy Das

In Creatnet Education Programs, a network of facilitators establishes a framework for disciplined reflection, action and feedback. The focus on relationship building during these workshops fosters an enabling environment where systemic changes are being made.

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Patsian Low Patsian Low

Collaboration between policymakers and impact investors can bridge very important transition gaps that get lost between education and manpower policies.

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Gayatri Nair Lobo Gayatri Nair Lobo

Having seen the impact of City Fellowships for School Leaders on teaching practices in schools and consequently on better learning outcomes, India School Leadership Institute (ISLI) are keen to find new ways to expand its presence.

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Aboli Abkari Aboli Abkari

Aritra aims to build a team of visionaries who will be the next-gen value-driven leaders. As Shamik Trehan, CEO Dr Reddy’s Foundation succinctly sums up, “In a rapidly changing ecosystem, there is imminent need for dynamic senior leaders to take over the reins to ensure sustainability of the social sector organizations and we hope Aritra will address this gap.”

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