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AVPN has recently conducted a research on the state of development across China’s philanthropic sector, drawing insights from a total of 34 influential funders and resource providers active in China, alongside extensive desk research. The research highlights that the Chinese philanthropic sector will continue to grow both domestically and internationally, thus making it imperative to enhance its infrastructure and capacity in order to for large amounts of capital to be deployed and absorbed effectively.
In partnership with AVPN member, Narada Foundation, the roundtable will convene 15-20 leading foundations and intermediaries that are engaged in building up the philanthropy ecosystem in China. The objective of this roundtable is to share experiences and insights, spur discussions, and seek closer collaborations in an effort to grow the ecosystem and use resources effectively for greater social impact.
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Greater China Director, AVPNPatti has over fifteen years of experience working on international development issues with particular focus in the areas of financial inclusion, microfinance, education and sustainability. She started her career in New York with the Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi and has also worked with the International Finance Corporation and Citigroup in Latin America and Asia. In the last few years, Patti has been providing consulting services to various foundations around strategy, program evaluation and impact assessment.
CEO, Narada FoundationPeng Yanni has over 20 years of experience in the field of non-profit management, social enterprise and social investment, and public services to vulnerable groups. As a member of the strategy committee of the Board of Directors, she was involved in developing Narada Foundation’s 2017-2019 strategy. She sits on the boards of a few non-profit organizations including China Foundation Center, China Foundation Forum, China Donors Routable, China Social Enterprise and Investment Forum, China Alliance for Fundraising Professionals and New Citizens Center.
Ms. Chunmiao Sun, Secretary-General, Dunhe Foundation
Ms. Qing Gu, Program Officer, Ford Foundation China Representative Office
|Narada Foundation is a private foundation which acts as a supplier of funds and resources in the public welfare industry chain. We make grants and play the role of ‘seed money’ promoting the development of excellent public welfare projects and organizations and fostering social innovation conducted by non-government organizations.|