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Investors Report for the First Quarter of 2014


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Global Partnerships' Investors Report for Q1 of 2014This year Global Partnerships (GP) celebrates its 20th anniversary as an organization and 10th anniversary as a fund manager. It's a big year for us, and there are many exciting things brewing at GP as we set our strategy for the next couple of decades. For example, in the near future (this Fall), our Microfinance Fund 2008 (MFF 2008) will mature. Through MFF 2008, we have been able to invest over $21 million into partners that serve people living in poverty. The fund's maturation means that we anticipate a financial return that will be used to seed future investments into more social enterprise partners.

Our latest Investors Report goes into more detail about MFF 2008 and our social investment funds, as well as discusses our recently expanded Social Investment Team and new Program & Impact Team. The collaboration between these two teams helps us to provide the types of capital and support our partners need, as well as understand the impact of partner program initiatives, and identify excellent programmatic opportunities in our four impact areas.

Read our Investors Report for the first quarter of 2014:     

  • Our Chief Investment and Operating Officer, Mark Coffey, shares an update on Global Partnerships’ Social Investment Team, along with how this group works closely with the newly-formed Program and Impact Team. (read here).
  • We take a deeper look at CRECER, a Bolivian microfinance institution that has been a pioneer in leveraging the village bank platform to integrate critical services sustainably and at scale (read here).
  • We provide updates on our Social Investment Funds' performance (read here).

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CRECER's loan officer provides education about cervical cancer while promoting the importance of annual screening.
CRECER's loan officer provides education about cervical cancer while promoting the importance of annual screening. © Global Partnerships.

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