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Case Studies

28 Sep 2022

Growth
Enterprise and Livelihoods

Case Study
By creating and maintaining sustainable employment and addressing systemic inequality, we can improve economic opportunities for people living in poverty. We invest in innovative market-driven solutions that increase income generation, promote enterprise growth and job creation, build capacity and resilience, and have the potential to scale. Our Enterprise and Livelihoods strategy is principally aligned with UN SDGs 2 and 8 – Zero Hunger and Decent Work and Economic Growth.
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28 Sep 2022

Education
Education

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We want to improve access to quality education for children and young people so that they are equipped with the skills needed for adulthood in line with UN SDG 4 – Quality Education. We support early stage initiatives or organisations with innovative approaches that address early childhood development programmes and encourage transformation in education systems.
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28 Sep 2022

Group Support
Health

Case Study
We support local organisations and communities to provide improved, sustainable access to affordable, quality health services. Working with governments and the public sector, we want to improve service delivery and access to care. Our work is aligned with UN SDG 3 – Good Health and Wellbeing.
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28 Sep 2022

Water
Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH)

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We invest in organisations that improve access to safely managed water and sanitation services and maintain safe hygiene practices. This contributes directly to UN SDG 6 – Clean Water and Sanitation, but also positively impacts comfort and dignity, health, education, productivity, gender equality and security.
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Rohingya Refugees arriving over the border in Bangladesh
28 Sep 2022

Environmental
Humanitarian relief & emergencies

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Our humanitarian relief provides rapid funding to combat man-made crises and natural disasters, supporting the achievement of all 17 SDGs in service of “leaving no one behind”. Humanitarian crises disrupt people’s lives, economies and societies, and can reverse many development achievements. Humanitarian and development agendas both contribute to UN SDGs.
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