Creating a Funding Environment for Scaling Up Social Impact

The role of donors in building broad social ecosystems for scaling up social innovations, particularly in the developing world.

There has been a great deal of discussion about the role of donors in building organizations capable of scaling up their impact. Instead of writing another “open letter” to donors, BRAC invited a group of thought leaders to engage in a lively and open discussion. They shared their valuable insights on how to build ecosystems for scaling up social impact and on where the challenges lie in doing so in the Global South and around the world.

Roundtable participants were Zia Khan, vice...


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