Through AVPN, Natural Fresh Farms Myanmar CEO Nay Oo found a possible benefactor: Rockstart Impact. Its programmes provide entrepreneurs with training, mentoring and, most importantly for Nay Oo, contacts with impact investors – that is, those who want to promote philanthropic causes while they make money.
Frontier Myanmar discusses who are the key players growing the Myanmar social entrepreneurship ecosystem.
Deal Street Asia explores who the largest key players are in growing Myanmar’s social economy, including our members and & the AVPN network.Deal Street Asia
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.
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