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Data-Driven Impact: A New Era of Impact Measurement

By David Shrier and Michele Demers | Data-Driven Impact, Economic Development, Education, General Impact Investing, Health, Impact Investing, Library

The investment industry needs a data-driven approach to impact measurement, that addresses the nearly $23 trillion of professionally managed assets in values-based investing, as individual and institutional investors seek to invest with both profit and purpose. We analyzed various methods of defining and measuring impact to see what is working…

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Strengthening Health Systems in Developing Countries Through Private Investment

By Calvert Foundation, International Partnership for Innovative Healthcare Delivery, CASE, Investors' Circle | Health, Library

This report was produced by the International Partnership for Innovative Healthcare Delivery, the Duke Center for the Advancement of Social Enterprise (CASE), the Calvert Foundation, and Investors’ Circle, with funding from USAID. The report’s authors reviewed ~80 organizations and interviewed ~30 capital providers to understand the landscape of global health…

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Innovative Funding Models for Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia

By New York Academy of Sciences | Health, Library, Neurodegenerative Diseases

This eBriefing, published by the New York Academy of Sciences in March 2015, documents the Innovative Funding Models for Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Workshop convened in December 2014 . The eBriefing explores public and private funding mechanisms to meet the challenges of financing AD research and care. It considers several…

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Global Diabetes Plan 2011-2021

By International Diabetes Federation | Health, Library, Nutrition/ Diabetes

This report was prepared by the Geneva-based International Diabetes Federation as a “call-to-action” piece for the international community. It argues that “Diabetes and its complications are largely preventable. There are proven, affordable interventions available yet diabetes continues to kill and disable millions of people globally every year. The Global Diabetes…

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