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International Review of Philanthropy and Social Investment

Volume 2

A journal of the Centre on African Philanthropy and Social Investment

The International Review of Philanthropy and Social Investment is an interdisciplinary international journal for cutting and leading-edge primary research on philanthropy and social investment. It is a project of the Centre on African Philanthropy and Social Investment at the Wits Business School in South Africa with wider perspectives. Aimed at academic and research communities, it explores the emergent and developing field of philanthropy and social investment in Africa and beyond. The journal will fill a growing need to develop the international knowledge infrastructure for rapidly expanding interest in this field of human behavior. 

 

ISSN (PRINT): 2708-3314

 

ISSN (ONLINE): 2708-3322

Articles

TitleAuthorSourceDocument Link
Organized Private Sector Charitable Giving: Reflections and Lessons from the Coalition Against COVID-19 (CACOVID) Initiative in NigeriaDabesaki Mac-Ikemenjima and Chimaraoke Otutubikey IzugbaraInternational Review of Philanthropy and Social Investment Journal, 2022, 2(1) 1–12Read Article
Reflections on Baseline Data Collection: Lessons from Mount Darwin, ZimbabweSimbarashe Show Mazongonda, Augustine Savanhu and Musa MuleyaInternational Review of Philanthropy and Social Investment Journal, 2022, 2(1) 13–14Read Article
Notes Taken During Operation Restore Hope between March and December 2019Augustine Savanhu, Simbarashe Show Mazongonda and Moses MachipisaInternational Review of Philanthropy and Social Investment Journal, 2022, 2(1) 15–18Read Article

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The Charles mott foundation

An automotive pioneer, philanthropist, and leader in the community, Charles Stewart Mott cared about innovation, fairness, and communities. By working toward a world where each individual’s quality of life is connected to the well-being of the community, both locally and globally, the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation continues this legacy.

A founding funder of the Centre, the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation supported the establishment of the Chair and continues to support our programmes.

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