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Can Chinese Philanthropy Alleviate Global Poverty?

Over the next decade, at least $500 billion will flow through philanthropic organizations, the result of rising global wealth, especially in Asia. A landmark new study by the Asian Venture Philanthropy Network (AVPN), with support from The Rockefeller Foundation, reveals how Chinese philanthropy is growing into a powerhouse that could shape the future of international giving and development, largely driven by the Chinese private sector and a new generation of wealth. National strategy plans such as the Belt and Road Initiative and South-South Cooperation are propelling more domestic funders and social organizations to engage in international development issues. And as a new culture of giving takes shape in China, Chinese philanthropists and leaders of philanthropic organizations are increasingly keen to engage with the global community.
This breakfast event hosted by the Asia Society Policy Institute will explore how these vast new resources will impact global progress.

This breakfast event hosted by the Asia Society Policy Institute will explore how these vast new resources will impact global progress.

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