AVPN February Friday Session: Bridging the Gap – Humanitarian Impact Bonds

By Asian Venture Philanthropy Network (AVPN)



Date & time

16 February 2016



16 February 2016


About this event

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Nearly 90 million people in the developing world are physically disabled. Their physical condition is a barrier to access education or employment giving them little to no chance of sustaining decent livelihoods, leading to the high prevalence of social exclusion and long-term poverty.

The International Committee of the Red Cross (‘ICRC’) in partnership with KOIS INVEST, a pioneering firm in structuring innovative impact finance mechanisms, is launching a development impact bond aiming to significantly increase the scale and the social impact of socially inclusive physical rehabilitation services across the developing world.

Building upon its 35- year track record in managing physical rehabilitation operations in difficult geopolitical and socio-economic contexts, the ICRC is the best-positioned organization to take the lead in bridging the developing world’s physical rehabilitation gap. To learn more, please click here.

Join us to learn more about this innovative initiative! Register here.

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