Improving learning outcomes in India requires that funders and social purpose organizations shift to working on the entire educational ecosystem rather than focused interventions.
Impact Investing Socially responsible investing that produces both financial and social returns
Impact investors have ignored the arts and culture sector, at the expense of the communities they seek to help.
Two strategies that can create greater environmental, social, and governance change than divestment while improving investment returns.
A look at trends related to the economy and climate change, and three steps businesses and investors can take to move forward.
We need to explore new services to match impact investor interest with market demand.
Impact investing makes sense in theory, but there are good reasons, particularly for large foundations, to pause before putting a lot of resources into it.
We need to channel capital in all its forms in a direction where it can have a lasting impact and generate competitive financial returns. Data science can help light the way.
When should funders commit to making multi-million dollar grants, and when should they take a more gradual, steady approach?
Funders should be wary of the latest fad of making large grants for quick results and abandoning long-term commitments to the many organizations working on our most important problems.
Global Impact Investing Network’s latest annual survey shows growing diversity in the impact investing market.
Private sector development grants can help reach people in communities where many investors won’t go.
A systematic look at leading impact investors’ wide array of impact measurement practices—and how best to combine them.
Government and its partners can achieve transformative change by taking a big leap.
How can we make the most of next gen donors’ particular focus on impact?
Omidyar Network has built a framework for pursuing investment opportunities that takes into account not only firm-level impact but also market-level impact.