We use a range of traditional and non-traditional instruments to create collaborations, products and campaigns for new ways of financing and accelerating sustainable development:

SOLIDARITY LEVIES

Surcharges or taxes imposed by government authority on a major economic activity in order to finance an important social objective.

DEBT CONVERSIONS

Agreements where a creditor agrees to cancel a specified amount of the principal on the condition that the freed-up interest is invested in a verifiable social outcome. 

RISK INSURANCE

Instrument that transfers a public risk to the private sector and ensures liquidity for urgent humanitarian assistance during or after a pandemic or natural catastrophe

SOCIAL IMPACT BONDS

Contracts where a promoter raises capital from investors for an agreed social outcome, and the investors receive a return once the goal has been reached.

IMPACT INVESTING

This strategy mobilises capital for funds and companies dedicated to achieving measurable environmental and social benefits.

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Practises that integrate ethical and social concerns into a company's business model to become a better actor in society.

SOCIAL MARKETING

Campaigns linking consumer products to a good cause and donating some of the profits to affiliated causes.

MICRO DONATIONS

Campaigns, similar to crowd-funding, where tiny sums being collected for a purpose but at large-scale featuring automated collection methods at participating vendors

R&D AND TECHNOLOGY 

Efforts to help start-ups with new, promising ideas to get a break and close deals that benefit the public and sustainable development.

MARKET DYNAMCIS

Advanced Market Commitments (AMCs), pooled purchasing and trade finance as tools for social organisations to be efficient in the market place.