AVPN is building the ecosystem for social investors with an active presence in Cambodia - from foundations and impact funds to corporations, intermediaries and beyond
Two decades of strong economic growth have propelled Cambodia towards attaining lower-middle-income status in 2015. Diversification of the economy and improvement of basic social services including education and healthcare are key to achieve sustainable development.
Historically an aid-dependent economy, many of Cambodia’s 3,500 NGOs are looking to diversify their funding streams. The country’s 92 social enterprises 260 revenue-generating NGOs are the important catalyst to the development of the social economy. Download the report to access Cambodia’s social investment landscape.Download this report Explore the Interactive Toolkit
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Nonetheless, AVPN can help funders and resource providers collaboratively leverage on opportunities to maximise financial and social returns.
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