Initiatives


Alliance supported work includes the following

2012 Initiatives

Alliance 2012 efforts are built squarely on the successes of 2011.

The Innovation Fund

The Innovation Fund announced at the Inaugural Bipartisan Congressional Conference on Innovation in Giving & Philanthropy has announced its first round of grants.  After first an external review by an extraordinary panel with expert credentials, and then a “pitch session” in which live presentations were made to several experts in business organization and financing, four proposals were selected to receive grants.

21st Century Tikkun Olam

The Alliance supported work with program partner Reut Institute has yielded an ambitious plan for  21st Century Tikkun Olam.   The overall initiative is described in the program’s Executive Summary, and the Concepts behind it place it in context.

2011 Initiatives

Alliance grants to each of its five 2011 Program Partners effectively translated to support for 31 separate initiatives spread over 5 continents.

Our work in 2011 can be seen through different lenses: areas of focus, geographic regions, Program Partners, and our five guiding principled.

Browse 2011 Funded Initiatives by Partners:

Ashoka Ben Gurion University Hunt Alternatives Fund Reut Institute Synergos

Browse by Geographic Region:

North and Central America South America Europe Africa Middle East and Asia

 

Browse by Area of Focus:

Health
Poverty
Education

World Relations

Browse by Guiding Principles:

innovation
Collaboration
Leverage
Scale
Sustainability

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About AFGG

The Alliance for Global Good supports effective responses to the worlds most pressing problems in five broadly conceived areas:

Health
Poverty
Education

World Relations

Five Guiding Principles

Five principles guide the Alliance’s consideration of any initiative:

innovation
Collaboration
Leverage
Scale
Sustainability

Read more about the Five Guiding Principles.