LGT Venture Philantropy News

Browse our most recent philantropy news to read how we are creating an impact with our portfolio organizations in Sub-Saharan Africa and India on health, education, and the environment.

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Well managed organization using innovation and government partnerships to scale impact A strong, professional, and forward-looking senior management team led by a visionary founder is at the core of ARMMAN’s success. Its founder, Dr. Aparna Hegde has played an important role in strengthening maternal and child health systems in India, while the CEO Ramesh Padmanabhan comes with over 25 years of experience in information technology and non-profit sector.
We are delighted to announce our new partnership with Dakshin Foundation to restore coastal ecosystems and improve the livelihoods of small-scale fishers in India! After a decade of implementing programs related to conservation, policy research analysis, and community well-being and livelihoods, Dakshin has created an integrated model – ‘SeaChange’. Our aim is to support Dakshin in scaling the SeaChange program across critical coastal ecosystems around the country. We can't wait to be a...
LGT Venture Philanthropy is pleased to announce the extension of its partnership with Muso through a three-year grant. Muso is a non-profit organization working to remove barriers to health care and improve maternal health and child survival in the world’s most vulnerable communities. LGT VP’s non-programmatic funding will go towards scaling Muso’s operations in its second country of implementation, Côte d’Ivoire, building organizational capacity, and supporting the global dissemination of...
LGT VP is welcoming applications now. We are looking for an experienced Controller / Business Analyst to strengthen our team in Zurich. Applications stay open until we hired the right candidate. Controller / Business Analyst (100%, all genders) | LGT Venture Philanthropy | LinkedIn
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Kenya and Tanzania are home to some of the planet’s most vital natural ecosystems. However, the unmatched levels of biodiversity present in areas such as the Serengeti/Mara, and the Greater Ruaha/Selous ecosystems are under threat as the interrelated effects of climate change render wildlife and local communities vulnerable. A CEO is being recruited for a new foundation to be established in East Africa, temporarily named the “East African Conservation Foundation” in order to tackle this...

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