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Partner News

Stories, impact, and
learnings from our
partners

The BPP partners with local business, social enterprises, multinational businesses, and NGOs. Each has their own perspective on the challenges and opportunities of delivering a BPP initiative of scaling a business for social impact. Here we share their stories, impact, and learning.

The need to protect children is an issue for all communities, including the private sector. In Vietnam, technology start-up JupViec, in a partnership with LienVietPostBank, CARE and the Australian Government is training its workforce to prevent, recognise and report abuse. JupViec works with thousands of…

Financial Inclusion and Economic Empowerment for the Low-Income Population and Women  Although 72 per cent of Vietnamese adults have smart phones, many don’t use them for digital financial transactions. Cash transactions remain a popular payment method. To help improve affordable mobile banking access for Vietnam’s…

  • Country: Vietnam
  • Sector: ICT/Financial Inclusion

PAVE ran skills training for smallholder farmers in Sheikhupura and Gujarnwala districts in Punjab.   How can  businesses deliver development impact through their core business operations? This shared value case study from PAVE Pakistan outlines the social and business outcomes achieved through its BPP partnership.  The…

  • Country: Pakistan
  • Sector: Agriculture

In Pakistan, 75 per cent of seed is uncertified and sold through informal channels. Most of this uncertified seed does not meet minimum quality standards, resulting in poor yields. To help address this challenge, a BPP partnership with MEDA and Engro Corporation in Pakistan is…

  • Country: Pakistan
  • Sector: Agriculture

“Before Sola PayGo we were using kerosene lamps and kerosene lamps have smoke which made us sick. Now that we are using solar we have all the benefits. At night the kids are happy to study and I can make my bilums (woven bags) as…

  • Country: Papua New Guinea
  • Sector: Resources and Clean Energy
The Business Partnerships Platform is supported by the Australian Government and implemented by Palladium.

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