The Social Investment Landscape in Asia provides a comprehensive overview for social investors to assess the opportunities and challenges for philanthropy and social investment in the region. It is designed to be a guide for both new social investors looking to enter the Asian market and existing social investors exploring cross-border or cross-sector opportunities within the region. Its aim to increase the flow of financial, human and intellectual capital to the Asian social sector.
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The reports below were originally published in 2017.
To view the latest (2018 – 2019) reports,
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The report provides a holistic view of the current and emerging philanthropy and social investment landscape in Asia. It also features in-depth profiles of 14 Asian regions which include:
- An overview of key demographic and macroeconomic conditions
- Key development issues facing the country
- Background and context to the social economy in the region
- Overview of the legislative environment
- Key social investors, recent developments and investment trends
- Opportunities, challenges and recommendations
The 14 regions are:
- North and South Asia: China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan
- Southeast Asia: Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam
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