Myanmar webinar 2: International foundations in Myanmar


Date & time

11 December 2013



11 December 2013


About this event


Online webinar



The 2nd instalment of our Myanmar webinar series features Partnership for Change’s (PFC) founder, Ingrid Stange. PFC has been running programmes in Myanmar since June 2012, along with their vocational school on sustainable tourism in the northern Shan state. Their work in Myanmar focuses on sustainable business models, and have worked with small-holder farmers, digital literacy programmes and other basic training. Ingrid will share with the AVPN audience on their learnings from their direct experience in Myanmar as an international foundation with the support of Aung San Suu Kyi.

11th December 2013: 4 – 5pm Singapore time

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Webinar Speaker

Ingrid-Stange     Partnership_for_Change_pfc_plain

Ingrid Stange heads the ESG work of Formuesforvaltning AS, Norway largest privately owned wealth management bank. She is the founder and head of Partnership for Change, working to build collaborations between and within all sectors of society working to provide a world where we can all live well within the resources of our planet.

Partnership for Change has three main focus areas: the annual PfC Conference held at the National Opera and Ballett in Oslo; PfC Action, working to increase the integrated, strategic ESG focus of companies, and The Aung San Suu Kyi World Freedom Fund. This Fund was launched in June 2012, when Aung San Suu Kyi finally gave her Nobel Peace Lecture. For more information on their work:


AVPN is introducing our new series of in-country focus webinars from December 2013. The webinars will feature practitioners and subject experts representing different perspectives in social investing and philanthropy in the featured countries. The first country to be featured is Myanmar. The amount of excitement and enthusiasm that has been going around in both the social and commercial sectors over the country have resulted in a flurry of noise – in the media, the investors and also the non-profit industries. However, this remains a tough landscape to maneuver and it requires not only patience, careful due diligence but also the right partnerships. Check our events page for the other webinars.

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