By sharing in the responsibility of alleviating “learning crisis,” investors are contributing to poverty reduction – and ultimately, towards greater and better human and societal development leaving a lasting generational impact.
The Philippines presents impact investors with several opportunities to venture into the blue economy, or the sustainable management of oceans to achieve accelerated economic growth, job creation, and poverty alleviation.
BCorps, UN SDGs & Entrepreneurs Jay Coen Gilbert, “We can’t create an economy that works for everyone if the biggest companies in the economy are moving in a different direction,” he said. “That doesn’t work.
The Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN) released the IRIS+ to address pain points of impact investing such as what investors should measure, making sense of all the impact management products available and how to measure and manage impact.