p3 impact award
Kosmos Innovation Center (KIC) was a finalist for the P3 Impact Award, which recognizes leading public-private partnerships that improve communities around the world.
Sanitation Marketing Systems in Bangladesh was a finalist for the annual P3 Impact Award, which recognizes leading public-private partnerships that improve communities around the world.
Lake Kivu Coffee Alliance supports Congo landmine victims with training, peer support and economic inclusion. It is a leading public partnership and finalist for the 2018 P3 Impact Award.
The Cambodia Rural Sanitation Development Impact Bond combines private and public capital with on-the-ground implementation expertise and market-based solutions to improve health and accelerate the Royal Government of Cambodia’s goal of universal sanitation. A finalist for the P3 Impact Award, it’s a public-private partnership changing the world.
Sustainable Living Beyond Borders gives low-income workers access to a wellness program and is a leading public-private partnership improving communities around the world.
SAPARM helps pastoralists in Africa find water through the use of satellite technology and is a leading public-private partnership improving communities around the world.
Project Nurture helps small-scale fruit farmers in East Africa improve the quality and quantity of their product, enter the value chain and earn higher incomes.
Nourishing the Future tackles the issues of malnourishment and poverty by addressing the needs of both the rural farmers and local communities.
Energize the Chain saves lives by keeping vaccines at temperatures necessary for efficacy. It’s a leading public-private partnership improving communities around the world.
The Wireless Access for Health initiative uses computing and mobile technology to improve public health care delivery for millions of people in the Philippines. It’s an example of a public-private partnership that makes strategic use of business’ ability to innovate and scale with the public sector’s understanding of the underserved.