Impact Investing National Task Force
The deployment of private capital for public good is required to augment the resources of government and philanthropy, in order to solve the intractable social and environmental issues of our time. A large-scale, cross sectoral, coordinated effort is required to achieve a tipping point in the growth of the Impact Investing market. A National Task Force is being convened to do just that. The Bertha Centre is collecting information to inform what actions are to be taken.
How would you best describe your role in the market?
Non profit organisation
Mainstream financial intermediary
Impact financial intermediary
Where do key opportunities lie for impact investing in South Africa? The options presented track the Sustainable Development Goals, which are aligned with the National Development Plan. Please check all those that apply.
Increasing incomes and assets for the poor (30.4 million people live below the upper poverty line of R992 per person)
Improving basic goods and services for the poor (e.g. food security, housing, energy, education, health etc)
Availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation
Affordable and clean energy
Skills development and decent job creation
Sustainable and inclusive infrastructure and communities
Reduction in inequality and acceleration transformation agenda
Sustainable consumption and production
Climate change mitigation and adaptation
Sustainable ocean management and conservation
ICT for social or environmental impact
Access to finance for individuals
Access to finance for SMEs
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