Alongside the Government of Ethiopia and the African Development Bank (AfDB), Big Win Philanthropy co-convened a high-level side event during the 74th UN General Assembly.
Big Win at UNGA: Taking stock of progress in Ethiopia’s fight against stunting
Big Win congratulates Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed on Nobel peace prize
Big Win Philanthropy is thrilled to congratulate Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed on his receipt of the Nobel peace prize.
Philanthropists — It’s time to update our mindset about working with governments
Big Win Founder and President Jamie Cooper outlines the case for why philanthropists should consider partnering directly with governments.
When leaders of emerging economies chart a course for their countries’ prosperity
When investment in a youthful population today builds growth and stability for tomorrow
When different sectors collaborate to deliver transformational change
That’s a Big Win.
Welcome to Big Win Philanthropy’s website. Here you can find information about our approach, our partners, our team and how to contact us, as well as examples of our work and the context for what we do.
Who we are
Big Win Philanthropy is an independent foundation that invests in children and young people in developing countries to improve their lives and to maximize demographic dividends for long term economic growth. Big Win Philanthropy partners with leaders who have a stake in the outcome to achieve transformational change.
Alongside the Government of Ethiopia and the African Development Bank (AfDB), Big Win Philanthropy co-convened a high-level side event during the 74th UN General Assembly to take stock of the progress made in Ethiopia’s fight…
Big Win Philanthropy is thrilled to congratulate Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed on his receipt of the Nobel peace prize. Big Win has worked closely with Prime Minister Abiy since he served as Deputy President…
Big Win’s pioneering approach to collaborating with government leaders to deliver transformational impact in human capital development has been profiled in The Chronicle of Philanthropy. In a piece authored by Lisa Witter – the founder…