AVPN is building the ecosystem for social investors with an active presence in Thailand - from foundations and impact funds to corporations, intermediaries and beyond
An upper-middle income country, Thailand has embarked on a reform programme towards achieving the high-income status. Significant government support for the social economy could become a driving force behind this effort.
Thailand has a growing share of high net worth individuals and a long history of family giving driven by Bhuddist values. The government and local grant-making foundations have played a leading role in developing the country's social economy. Download the report to access Thailand's social investment landscape.Download this report Explore the Interactive Toolkit
Executive Vice PresidentEpic Foundation
Chairman, Premier Group of Companies, ChairmanKhon Thai Foundation
Founder and Managing DirectorThai Young Philanthropist Network (TYPN)
Regional DirectorRockefeller Foundation
Regional ICT & Digital Finance AdvisorFHI 360
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