It’s going to take far more money than all the philanthropies and governments have at their disposal to make a significant impact on improving the lives of all the poor and vulnerable people in the world.
Impact investing - which helps address social and/or environmental problems while also turning a profit - could unlock substantial for-profit investment capital to complement philanthropy in addressing pressing social challenges.
This initiative seeks to help accelerate the development of an industry that can efficiently place for-profit impact investments to improve lives of the poor or vulnerable.
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