AVPN is building the ecosystem for social investors with an active presence in Vietnam - from foundations and impact funds to corporations, intermediaries and beyond
Vietnam has become a destination of choice for global manufacturing firms. The country's high net worth individual population grew by 148% between 207-2013, making it the fastest growing wealth market among the world's top 100 economies.
Vietnam is the only Southeast Asian country to legally recognise social enterprises. While institutional giving is still in its nascency, homegrown impact funds and capacity builders are driving the development of the country's social economy. Download the report to access Vietnam's social investment landscape.Download this report Explore the Interactive Toolkit
As part of a series, this case study by Grow Asia is a tool to help new and prospective partners better understand how inclusive value chain partnerships are launched, evolve, and function.View This APF Resource
The Central Institute of Economic Management (CIEM) has partnered with the British Council in Vietnam with support from the Centre for Social Initiatives Promotion (CSIP) in undertaking this study research on the theme: “Social Enterprises in Vietnam – concept, context and policy” aimed at two main objectives: promote awareness of social enterprises and establish the first ground for discussion of policy development for social enterprises in Vietnam.View This APF Resource
Investors generally operate within market infrastructures that do not prioritise social, environmental and economic considerations. We are, therefore, required to ask: how can more capital be mobilized towards impact?Read This Post
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How do intermediaries in Vietnam build the ecosystem for social impact? Member LIN Center for Community Development builds resilient cross-sector partnerships for scalable and sustainable business development.Read This Post
Social entrepreneurs in South East Asia face significant barriers to growth.
Pioneer Post presents key research recommendations on how governments and investors can give social enterprises a better chance of taking flight.
This report is collaboratively launched by AVPN, ASEAN CSR Network and Oxfam.