Non-Profit or Investor? What international non-profits are bringing to impact investing
Stephanie Marienau Turpin, FHI 360
Over the past several years, the number of non-profits in impact investing has grown dramatically. International non-profits bring unique assets to impact investing, including global networks for sourcing enterprises in emerging markets, deep knowledge of how to work with local governments & stakeholders, and decades of experience in impact measurement. However, converting non-profits into investors has challenges. This interactive workshop will formally launch a new report on the INGO Value Proposition for Impact Investing. It will also offer case studies from non-profit organizations that have already made the leap to making their own investments and create space for peer-to-peer advice to help non-profits just starting to explore this approach to learn from our mistakes.
impact investing, International Development, Non-Profits
Tom Dente, CEO, Humentum Susan Barrows Libby, Managing Partner, Kito Global Stephanie Marienau Turpin, Associate Director, Strategic Partnerships, FHI 360 Shikhank Sharma, Independent Researcher
Other members of the INGOs in Impact Investing Network, potentially including organizations like Mercy Corps, GOAL, ACDI/VOCA, Catholic Relief Services, Oxfam, or others.
This workshop would provide a formal launch for the 2018 Amplify: INGO Value Proposition for Impact Investing Report. This is the 2016 report that the new report will update: https://www.humentum.org/sites/default/files/amplifyreport.pdf.