Category Archives: What’s New in FSSI

Coalition renews call for passage of social entrepreneurship bill

Quezon City, Philippines, 4 November 2022 – Over 100 social entrepreneurs, civil society allies, private sector partners, legislative champions, and advocates from national government agencies and local government units gathered during the National Social Enterprise Conference (NSEC), at the Ateneo de Manila University and online to call for the enactment and mainstreaming of the Poverty […]

Gender Lens Investing in PH: Perspective from the Field

AVPN and Investing In Women collaborate on a video showcasing perspectives from the field of gender lens investing in the Philippines. FSSI Executive Director Sixdon C. Macasaet joins Beng Camba, Partner for Impact and Gender Management of inBEST Ventures and Quenby Go, Executive Director of the Manila Angel Investors Network (MAIN) in sharing innovative financing […]

WeGen and FSSI host session on Renewable Energy for agri-fisheries

10 October 2022, Quezon City, Metro Manila – WeGen Energy Philippines (WeGen), in partnership with the Foundation for a Sustainable Society, Inc. (FSSI), is holding a learning session on the Framework of the Renewable Energy Program for the Agri-Fisheries Sector on October 12, 2022, from 9:30 am until 10:45 am, at the University of the […]

FSSI IW Program boosts financing for women social enterprises

Quezon City, Philippines, 8 August 2022 – The Foundation for a Sustainable Society, Inc. (FSSI) through its partnership with Investing in Women (IW), an initiative of the Australian Government, is supporting four new women social enterprises (WSEs) across the country. Trunk to Gold Agribusiness Corporation Trunk to Gold Agribusiness Corporation (T2G Agri) is a women-owned […]

Economic forecast and opportunities for social enterprises, post elections: FSSI holds learning session

An outlook for the country’s economy in the context of the next administration coming on the heels of the COVID-19 pandemic, and present opportunities for the social enterprise (SE) sector to increase competitiveness and contribute to building an equitable pandemic recovery