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Cette base de données contient une série de plus de 2 000 publications variées sur l’entreprise inclusive et sur d’autres thèmes associés tels que l’investissement à impact, la microfinance et les approches des systèmes de marché. Vous y trouverez des rapports, des informations commerciales, des études de cas, des outils et des vidéos sur différents secteurs et régions.

Les multiples publications de cette base de données portent toutes sur l’entreprise inclusive, c’est-à-dire sur des modèles d’affaires visant les consommateur·rice·s, fournisseurs, entrepreneur·e·s et/ou employé·e·s de la base de la pyramide de pays émergents et/ou à faible revenu.

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In August 2020, the Guidelines for the Promotion of Inclusive Business in ASEAN were endorsed at the 52nd ASEAN Economic Ministers’ Meeting. They serve as a non-binding outline on how inclusive business can be supported at the national and regional level, and what institutional setup is required to do so. These Briefing Notes detail how the guidelines can be implemented in Lao PDR.

ÉditeurASEAN, iBAN
Date
Auteur
LangueEnglish
Région / PaysEast Asia and Pacific
Lao PDR
Secteur
Oui

In August 2020, the Guidelines for the Promotion of Inclusive Business in ASEAN were endorsed at the 52nd ASEAN Economic Ministers’ Meeting. They serve as a non-binding outline on how inclusive business can be supported at the national and regional level, and what institutional setup is required to do so. These Briefing Notes detail how the guidelines can be implemented in Malaysia.

ÉditeurASEAN, iBAN
Date
Auteur
LangueEnglish
Région / PaysEast Asia and Pacific
Malaysia
Secteur
Oui

In August 2020, the Guidelines for the Promotion of Inclusive Business in ASEAN were endorsed at the 52nd ASEAN Economic Ministers’ Meeting. They serve as a non-binding outline on how inclusive business can be supported at the national and regional level, and what institutional setup is required to do so. These Briefing Notes detail how the guidelines can be implemented in the Philippines.

ÉditeurASEAN, iBAN
Date
Auteur
LangueEnglish
Région / PaysEast Asia and Pacific
Philippines
Secteur
Oui

In August 2020, the Guidelines for the Promotion of Inclusive Business in ASEAN were endorsed at the 52nd ASEAN Economic Ministers’ Meeting. They serve as a non-binding outline on how inclusive business can be supported at the national and regional level, and what institutional setup is required to do so. These Briefing Notes detail how the guidelines can be implemented in Singapore.

ÉditeurASEAN, iBAN
Date
Auteur
LangueEnglish
Région / PaysEast Asia and Pacific
Singapore
Secteur
Oui

In August 2020, the Guidelines for the Promotion of Inclusive Business in ASEAN were endorsed at the 52nd ASEAN Economic Ministers’ Meeting. They serve as a non-binding outline on how inclusive business can be supported at the national and regional level, and what institutional setup is required to do so. These Briefing Notes detail how the guidelines can be implemented in Thailand.

ÉditeurASEAN, iBAN
Date
Auteur
LangueEnglish
Région / PaysEast Asia and Pacific
Thailand
Secteur
Oui

In August 2020, the Guidelines for the Promotion of Inclusive Business in ASEAN were endorsed at the 52nd ASEAN Economic Ministers’ Meeting. They serve as a non-binding outline on how inclusive business can be supported at the national and regional level, and what institutional setup is required to do so. These Briefing Notes detail how the guidelines can be implemented in Viet Nam.

ÉditeurASEAN, iBAN
Date
Auteur
LangueEnglish
Région / PaysEast Asia and Pacific
Vietnam
Secteur
Oui

Filipinos faced a lot of challenges during and even before the COVID-19 pandemic.​ Inclusive businesses pave the way for businesses to empower poor communities and to help the Philippine economy recover faster.​ This video informs about the Inclusive Business Bill currently proposed in Congress and how it can help more Filipinos.​

ÉditeurOxfam Philippines
Date
Auteur
LangueEnglish
Région / PaysEast Asia and Pacific
Philippines
Secteur
Non

The GIIN estimates the size of the worldwide impact investing market to be USD 1.164 trillion, marking the first time that the organization’s widely-cited estimate has topped the USD 1 trillion mark. The report, which was produced with the financial support of Nuveen, also spotlights two areas of development in the market that are becoming increasingly prevalent: green bonds and corporate impact investing.

ÉditeurGlobal Impact Investing Network
Date
AuteurD. Hand
LangueEnglish
Région / PaysGlobal
Secteur
Non

Since 2017, when ASEAN leaders called for greater emphasis on creating an enabling environment for inclusive businesses, various governments in the region (including Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, the Philippines, and Viet Nam) have embarked on promoting IB, and an increasing number of companies – supported by impact investors – have established IB models.

In this context, the government of Malaysia has requested the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) and the Inclusive Business Action Network (iBAN) to conduct this study to explore the relevance of inclusive business for Malaysia, analyse the status of inclusive businesses in Malaysia and assess the environment in which they operate, in order to provide recommendations, where relevant, for promoting inclusive businesses.

ÉditeurUnited Nations ESCAP, iBAN
Date
Auteur
LangueEnglish
Région / PaysEast Asia and Pacific
Malaysia
Secteur
Oui

This roadmap is a step-by-step guide for off-grid clean energy companies to identify and adopt strategies to serve female customers more effectively. The roadmap was developed by the Power Africa Off-grid Project following a pilot with GDC member Simusolar to develop a market-focused gender strategy. By following this roadmap, your company can gain a deeper understanding of female farmers’ demands and challenges—distinct from those of men—in gaining access to productive use of energy (PUE) technology. Power Africa is grateful to Simusolar for its collaboration and willingness to share the lessons and tools in this roadmap.

ÉditeurUSAID
Date
Auteur
LangueEnglish
Région / PaysSub-Saharan Africa
Non