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.
At the Social Enterprise Forum in Taiwan, Naina Batra, CEO of AVPN, talks about Asia’s progress to integrate social enterprises into mainstream economy.
Read on to find out how other key speakers, such as member British Council, are enabling social enterprise development in Asia.
“AVPN fills a specific need in social philanthropy and strategic investment,” judges commented at the 14th annual Stevie Awards for Women in Business.
Thank you, all AVPN members, partners, and friends, who are building a vibrant philanthropy & social investment community in Asia together.
AVPN member, Sattva, features the ‘Funding Education with Impact’ Report (written in collaboration with AVPN), to point out the focus for sector-level impact.
The report was launched at the AVPN India Summit 2017.
If we want to impact the lives of millions of Indians, we, as funders, will have to invest in organisational capacity, and even in the larger ecosystem.
IDR Online interviews Roopa Kudva (Partner, Omidyar Network) at the AVPN India Summit 2017.
MySocialGoodNews showcases a summary of AVPN’s report, “Towards Inclusive and Sustainable Growth in the ASEAN Economic Community”, alongside key recommendations.
To build an enabling environment for MSME’s sustainability and growth, this report was launched in September 2017, in Manila.
In our latest report on Funding Education with Impact – A Guide to Social Investment in India, commissioned by Credit Suisse, AVPN has identified solutions implemented by funders and social purpose organisations.
These stakeholders have enormous potential to address market needs and transform the education system in India.
Following the recent AVPN conference in Bangkok, we launched the Social Investment Landscape in Asia report.
Pages 3-5 highlight key trends in various Asian social economies to guide social investors towards more strategic investments into the social sector.
Founder of Muktangan, Elizabeth Mehta, shares the disconnection between teachers in Indian schools and the school system.
As a deal share live participant at the 2017 AVPN India Summit, Elizabeth shares how partnerships between governments and NGOs can fill the gaps in India’s education system.