Building the ecosystem
AVPN is building the ecosystem for social investors with an active presence in Cambodia - from foundations and impact funds to corporations, intermediaries and beyond.
One of the fastest growing emerging economies in the world, Cambodia has been ranked as one of the least developed countries, so has a strong investment landscape potential. With a strong social sector and government support Cambodia has become a world leader in reducing poverty. Political stability gains have meant investment in Cambodia is ready to be unleashed. However, the strength of labour is weak, and so much potential for Cambodia is still dormant, worker rights have much room for improvement and domestic demand has significant under-utilized capacity.
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Support and scale high-impact solutions that have been endorsed by AVPN members throughout Cambodia.
Cricket Farming & Chaya Gardening solution for Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience
By Livestock Development for Community Livelihood (LDC)
Agriculture, Climate Action and Environment, Nutrition
ALIA: Cost Competitive and Sustainable Industry Solutions for the Environment
By Asian Lubricants Industry Association (ALIA)
Climate Action and Environment, Energy, Governance
Climate Action and Environment, Energy, Health
ASSIST Asia: HERO-SEA Project for Healthcare Workers in Southeast Asia
By Asia Society for Social Improvement and Sustainable Transformation (ASSIST)
Education, Employability, Health
Employability, Financial Inclusion, Livelihood and Poverty Alleviation
Livelihood and Poverty Alleviation
Education, Employability, Financial Inclusion
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Building strategic social investment
Cultural sites in Cambodia are in need of protection and local businesses are in need of domestic demand. The social enterprise sector has enormous growth, hence investment return, potential. Expanding human rights is a major impact area that can help Cambodia realize it’s full productive capacity, coupled also with more investment in high-tech for farming and sustainable agriculture. Textiles and garments lead Cambodia exports, while tourism also brings in foreign reserves.
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Building strategic social investment
Cambodia’s social economy is transitioning to the growth stage, driven by collaborative philanthropy and creative approaches to social funding such as pooled CSR funds.
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Director, Thailand, Myanmar and Cambodia at AVPN
SOCIAL INVESTMENT LANDSCAPE
Cambodia has an early-stage social economy with significant growth potential given increasing interest from social investors and intermediaries