Deal Share streamlines communications on prospective funding and collaboration opportunities by supporting members in identifying investable Social Purpose Organisations (SPOs) through the pipeline of deals across markets, causes and financing instruments. By doing so, Deal Share provides an avenue for members to deploy financial and non-financial capital in a more targeted and impactful manner.
Deal Share provides connections and channel members’ resources strategically to develop Social Purpose Organisations towards investment readiness through the Deal Share Platform and Deal Share Live sessions.
Through the acquisition and management of forests in Southeast Asia, we promote the conservation of standing forests, cultivation of sustainable biomass and innovation with corporations.Read More
We remove over-populating pest urchins to restore kelp forests in Southern Japan. The removed urchins will be ranched into delicious “uni” and sold and the proceeds will be reinvested in kelp restoration.Read More
APOWA focuses on direct action on the ground to protect endangered species and their habitats and strengthen vulnerable communities – making them more resilient to the impacts of natural disasters and climate change.Read More
The Disaster Preparedness in Ayeyarwady Region project will implement essential activities relating to disaster preparedness and disaster risk reduction in storm-hit villages; Saving lives and livelihood assets as well as improving living standards.Read More
An Asia-based project providing cost-effective air purifiers and education programmes on air pollution, helping those in need protect themselves from the harms of air pollution.Read More
To provide wind energy for the poor who are living without electricity by installing wind turbine system at no cost.Read More
The proposed project, which aims to build resilience and adaptability to climate change of indigenous upland communities, is anchored on indigenous peoples’ wealth composed of natural resources, social and wealth.Read More
GDFI aims to build a new 2-storey typhoon-resilient building and rehabilitate other facilities in Bagonbanua. Thereafter, activities on marine conservation and ecosystem-based climate change mitigation and adaptation will be resumed.Read More