Driving systems change through Collaboratives
Today, there is greater awareness of the multi-dimensionality and interconnectedness of the socio-economic challenges we face globally. No single organization/institution, however adroit and affluent, can solve these problems alone. Stakeholders can no longer afford to work in silos to address the challenges of poverty, climate change and sustainability. The uncertainties and challenges stemming from the pandemic have further accelerated the discourse around the need for inter-sectional approach to problem solving. Recognizing this, practitioners, academicians, corporates and government bodies around the world are coming together to drive systems change, nationally and globally. Collaboratives enable efficient utilization of resources, better strategic oversight, larger scalability and deeper impact.
This roundtable session by Sattva brings together key stakeholders from different sectors and functions to discuss the practical approaches to catalyse collaborative efforts in an economy. The participants will be exposed to three major levers that can be pulled by Collaboratives to bring about a large scale impact; driving government action, strengthening the effectiveness and quality of practice among practitioners, and strategically engaging with the last mile delivery agents. The insights from various sector experts along with Sattva’s global research and experience driving Collaboratives will provide the audience with practical knowledge to address some of the pressing issues the world faces today.
– Understand the need for collaboratives and how they can bring about systems change
– Understand the critical success factors and considerations in operationalizing a collaborative
– Explore unique learnings and best practices from these collaboratives for the ecosystem
Event date: 11 February, 2021.
For more insights on the topic and on our session, you can read our blog here.
About the Conference:
Asian Venture Philanthropy Network (AVPN) is a unique funders’ network based in Singapore committed to building a vibrant and high impact social investment community across Asia. As an advocate, capacity builder, and platform that cuts across private, public and social sectors, AVPN embraces all types of engagement to improve the effectiveness of members across the Asia Pacific region. With over 600 members across 34 markets, AVPN is catalysing the movement towards a more strategic, collaborative and outcome focused approach to social investing, ensuring that resources are deployed as effectively as possible to address key social challenges facing Asia today and in the future.
The South Asia Impact Capital Festival is a month-long series of virtual events designed to bring together social investors working across India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka. At the Festival they will share knowledge, find collaborators, and scale solutions. Adapting to our current reality, the AVPN South Asia Summit has been transformed into a diverse festival, curated by AVPN, and featuring members’ initiatives focused on the four biggest areas of need in the sub-region: healthcare, livelihoods, climate action and education.