Big Win Founder and President Jamie Cooper outlines the case for why philanthropists should consider partnering directly with governments.
Philanthropists — It’s time to update our mindset about working with governments
Big Win supports launch of social movement to reduce child malnutrition in Mozambique
Big Win Philanthropy is supporting the launch of a social movement to dramatically reduce malnutrition among children under 5 years old in Nampula province, Mozambique.
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.
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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.
Like virtually all philanthropists, I started out seeking the “best” projects to fund. I described myself as a mezzanine funder—I hunted for programs with evidence of impact and aimed to expand or replicate them. I…
Big Win Philanthropy is delighted to congratulate Dr. Muhammad Ali Pate on his appointment to the World Bank as Global Director for Health, Nutrition and Population and Director of the Global Financing Facility for Women,…
Big Win Philanthropy is supporting the launch of a social movement to dramatically reduce malnutrition among children under 5 years old in Nampula province, Mozambique. Currently, 50.1% of children under 5 years old in the…