The Rockefeller Foundation Finds Impact Investing Key to Driving Development
July 29, 2012 Editor 0
United Nations Radio spoke with Heather Grady, Vice President of Foundation Initiatives,The Rockefeller Foundation about their work.
Setting up development partnerships that are inclusive, effective and sustainable was the focus of a UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) forum that just wrapped up in New York.
The Rockefeller Foundation was one of the participants of the 2012 Development Cooperation Forum.One of the missions of the Rockefeller Foundation is to affect social change. Historically, it has given more than $14 billion in current dollars to thousands of grantees worldwide. Julie Walker spoke with Heather Grady Vice President of Foundation Initiatives for The Rockefeller Foundation about the organization’s work.
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