By creating social enterprises that address market gaps in supply and distribution chains, the Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership is helping individuals in underserved communities work themselves out of poverty.
This blog is part of a series where Donna Shalala, President of the Clinton Foundation, shares updates on Clinton Foundation programs.
The Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership creates social enterprises in underserved communities that generate both social and financial returns. Click on the infographic below to see how this innovative approach is economically empowering smallholder farmers in El Salvador:
The Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership’s Acceso Training Center provides vocational training and placement for individuals living in underserved communities in Cartagena, Colombia. Below is the story of one of the Center’s graduates.
Ana Veronica Ojeda Quispe is a 25-year-old entrepreneur living in the Isla Pata Yanaoco, in the state of Puno, Peru.
Earlier this week, we launched the Acceso Peanut Enterprise Corporation, a Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership venture in conjunction with Fundación Carlos Slim, which aims to improve the supply chain of peanut farms …
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