Our partnerships in Asia

The Asia region has seen significant economic growth in recent years, especially led by countries like India that continue to see robust GDP growth of more than 7% every year.

It is anticipated that by 2030, Asia will account for around 40% of Global GDP.

Collective platforms for philanthropy are beginning to emerge in Asia that bring together like-minded individuals and institutions to develop strategic programmes that can have greater collective impact.

84 MILLION CHILDREN, OR 55% OF THE WORLD’S STUNTED CHILDREN, LIVE IN ASIA

Greater wealth creation in the hands of a new generation of entrepreneurs combined with concerns about the growing inequality in the region has led to an increased focus on social issues, including nutrition.

84 million children, or 55% of the world’s stunted children, and 35 million children, or nearly 70% of the world’s wasted children, live in Asia, representing both an enormous burden and opportunity for sustainable impact at scale.

Addressing this issue will ensure that millions more children in the region will have the opportunity to develop to their full potential, strive at school and go on to enjoy healthy and productive lives. This will help to drive sustainable economic growth and development and represents an investment the next generation of workers, consumers and entrepreneurs.

why partner with the power of nutrition

The Power of Nutrition offers a platform to amplify the response from within the region to address undernutrition.

Collective platforms for philanthropy are beginning to emerge in Asia that brings together like-minded individuals and institutions to develop strategic programmes that can have a greater collective impact.  The Power of Nutrition offers a partnership model that provides a learning opportunity for first-generation philanthropists on their journey of giving. We help to craft partnerships that are developed around the specific focus and objectives of these philanthropists while continuing to address the underlying nutrition issues in those communities.

India has formulated a mandatory 2% corporate contribution towards corporate social responsibility (CSR) programmes in the social sectors through its Companies Act. Corporates that are required to set aside 2% of their net profits towards CSR in India can take advantage of The Power of Nutrition’s platform to multiply their contribution and increase impact.  Our programmes in India are fully compliant with the current regulations governing CSR.

Learn more here: SSIR, New Frontiers in Indian Corporate Social Responsibility

WE HELP TO CRAFT PARTNERSHIPS THAT ARE DEVELOPED AROUND THE SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES OF BUSINESSES AND PHILANTHROPISTS

what we offer our partners

  • A dedicated Relationship Manager
  • Leveraged Giving– every $1 contributed is matched by a further $3
  • Tax efficient giving registered for UK and US for charitable donations*
  • An executive team measuring and monitoring reporting back semi-annually

CONTACT US

If you are interested in learning more about our partnerships in Asia and how you could get involved, please contact:

 

Sarah Dunn, Director, Head of Partnerships & Brands

sdunn@powerofnutrition.org   

 

 

Amita Chebbi, Head of Asia, Partnerships & Brands

achebbi@powerofnutrition.org 

 

 

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