Commitment to Action

The Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership (Canada)

Commitment by

Clinton Foundation

In 2007, the Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership (the Enterprise Partnership), established by President Bill Clinton and philanthropist Frank Giustra, committed to assist underserved populations in working out of poverty. The Enterprise Partnership will take a unique and innovative approach to tackling this goal by catalyzing market opportunities that provide both financial and social returns, and by capitalizing new local supply chains, last mile distribution, and training enterprises in developing nations while addressing the market requirements of major multinational or regional corporations. Through the creation of these profitable social enterprises, the Partnership will be able to generate market-adjusted rates of return while achieving a high Beneficiary Income Return on Investment (calculated by comparing incremental income generation by beneficiaries in relation to size of investment).

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Commitment

The Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership (Canada)

Launched

2007

Est. Duration

7 Years

Estimated Total Value

$300,000,000

Region

Latin America & Caribbean

Countries

COLOMBIA, HAITI, MEXICO, PERU

Commitment by

Clinton Foundation

Partner(s) of the Commitment Maker(s)

Inter-American Development Bank, Uranium One, Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp., Gente Estratégica, United States Agency for International Development, Peruvian Ministry of Foreign Trade & Tourism, Barrick Gold Corporation, Endeavour Financial Ltd., Hotel Capilla Del Mar, New Gold Inc., Deloitte & Touche Llp, Sofitel Hotel Santa Clara, Hotel Las Americas, Canaccord Adams Ltd., Procter & Gamble, Michael Wekerle, Teck Resources Limited, Lewis Energy Group, Hilton Group, Newmont Mining Corp.