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Clinton Global Initiative: A Catalyst for Action
Clinton Global Initiative: A Catalyst for Action
Clinton Global Initiative: A Catalyst for Action
Clinton Global Initiative: A Catalyst for Action
Clinton Global Initiative: A Catalyst for Action
Clinton Global Initiative: A Catalyst for Action
Clinton Global Initiative: A Catalyst for Action
Clinton Global Initiative: A Catalyst for Action
Clinton Global Initiative: A Catalyst for Action
Clinton Global Initiative: A Catalyst for Action
Clinton Global Initiative: A Catalyst for Action
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Clinton Global Initiative: A Catalyst for Action

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Each year, the Clinton Global Initiative’s annual meeting in September leads to hundreds of commitments to action that involve socially innovative ways to solve the world’s development challenges. …

Each year, the Clinton Global Initiative’s annual meeting in September leads to hundreds of commitments to action that involve socially innovative ways to solve the world’s development challenges.

How has CGI been so successful bringing new parties to the global development table and corralling billions in commitments from companies?

Here’s a snapshot of CGI’s operations and a few examples of commitments to action made during the 2012 annual meeting.

To learn more about CGI’s business model and development impact, read the latest Devex Impact feature “Nearing its second decade, how will CGI evolve?”

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  • 1. CGI’s special business model and convening power, prompted Devex Impact to examine the organization’s operations and development impact in the run up to the 2013 annual meeting. Through interviews with CGI officials and global development experts, the report, “Nearing its second decade, how will CGI evolve?,” details how CGI positions itself at the nexus of the private sector, government and civil society, and answers questions over the organization’s debated approach to impact measurement.
  • 2. To learn more about CGI’s model and development impact, read the latest Devex Impact feature “Nearing its second decade, how will CGI evolve?”

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