15 Nov 2018 – Not a single organisation can achieve sustainable social impact on its own. By pulling financial and non-financial resources from diverse partners, so-called “collective impact initiatives” have the potential to create systemic and holistic changes that meet critical social needs.
Laetitia Lienart, VP Corporate Citizenship, Crédit Suisse shared a case study of recent “collective impact initiatives” in the education sector in Asia. These initiatives are defined as Public-Private partnerships that bring together private companies (including inclusive businesses and social enterprises), the public sector (Government, schools, etc.), non-for-profit organisations and the academia sector (universities, researchers…).
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