The Social Enterprise approach works if the entrepreneurs and their organizations, the SE partners of PEF, are able to start, grow, and maintain their businesses and at the same time achieve their social mission of bringing the poor households in their respective industries to gain and sustain incomes.

Leveraging Partners for Growth

Financing social enterprises (SEs) is often difficult because they are considered high-risk investments. To overcome this financing obstacle Read more...

 

Propelling an NGO’s Transition to a Business Company

Healthcare in the Philippines has been criticized for being both unaffordable for and inaccessible to the poor.  This is exacerbated by the little trust Read more...

SE advances environmental protection.

The Palawan NGO Network, Inc. (PNNI) shares a common vision for social justice and equitable distribution of wealth rooted in self-help and participatory democracy. It was formed in November 1991 Read more...

 

Fostering Sunrise Industries

The ability to identify gaps in and respond to the market is key to any enterprise’s success. Global Organic and Wellness Corporation (GlowCorp)—a marketing company set up by eight farmer Read more...

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