We are partnering with SHE Investments as winners for the Advancing Women’s Empowerment Fund, under ANDE’s Gender Equality Initiative, a partnership under the White House-led Women’s Global Development and Prosperity (W-GDP) Initiative with USAID and the Visa Foundation.
Capital Human is working with SHE Investments to “Bridge the Gender Gap in Access to Investment in Cambodia” by creating a pipeline of investment-ready women-led enterprises in Cambodia and provide access to the resources and support they need to scale.
Capital Human’s primary role is to build a network of international impact investors in the SE Asia region and globally, particularly those with a mandate for gender lens investing, who would be committed to supporting women-led ventures in Cambodia.
We have been working with Pasifiki HR and their Career Guide Project to design and implement a tailored Gender Equity & Social Inclusion Action Plan.
The Career Guide is an online platform to help people identify and follow both potential and suitable career pathways in the Solomon Islands.
We adopted an intersectional approach by looking at disadvantages and inequity often amplified by the interconnectedness of gender, age and disability.
A key initiative Pasifiki is now exploring is how to enable a ‘pop-up’ on their platform to capture disaggregated data and ensure their platform is inclusive in reaching people of all genders, ages and abilities. The team is now also reaching out to at least one school for people with disabilities as part of their school outreach.
PasifikiHR is one of the winners of
DFAT Cyber Cooperation Program’s Australia-Solomon Islands Technology for Development Challenge.
Capital Human (cH) has been working with Hitnet & Earth Water People Pty Ltd to design and implement a tailored Gender Equity & Social Inclusion Action Plan for their Project “An on-ramp to the new digital economy in the Solomon Islands”.
The Project’s focus is to improve young people’s access to vital educational and job-related information, and the opportunity to be engaged with the digital economy.
We developed frameworks on how the team can create access to and provide relevant and valuable information to individuals who experience disability or identify as different genders and sexualities.
We adopted an intersectional approach by looking at the disadvantages and inequity often amplified by the interconnectedness of gender, sexuality, age and disability.
Hitnet is a winner of DFAT's Cyber Cooperation Program’s Australia-Solomon Islands Technology for Development Challenge.
We have partnered with the incredible team at Poplabs: a first-of-its-kind creative incubator designed to build and support a growing ecosystem of purpose-led creative businesses using storytelling to drive change.
It brings a new model to support Australian creatives by intersecting the worlds of social impact, business, and storytelling.
Capital Human has partnered with Poplabs to ensure we consider an intersectional approach across program design and deliver with the aim to correct the disadvantages and inequity often amplified by the interconnectedness of gender, age, class, sexuality, race, religion, ethnicity and disability.