Finance organizations should encourage a shift to impact investing, where companies have to “opt-out” of making thoughtful, socially-conscious investments rather than having to “opt-in.” Partners such as JSI can provide the insight and on-the-ground presence to make such an investment impactful, sustainable, and when applicable, scalable.
JSI’s Motuma Admassu shares highlights from the 2015 Fleet Forum Conference.
JSI’s Jen McCutcheon shares the trajectory of her career from physical therapist to public health practitioner and describes her work helping to build the capacity of in-country NGOs to achieve financial, technical, and environmental sustainability.
You must understand basic human needs when you’re talking about HIV; for example, you can’t talk to people about prevention if they don’t have something to eat today. Organizations work the same way. Look at their hierarchy of needs; they must keep money flowing, so strengthening those systems first is essential.