We collaborate with partners across sectors and countries. Through collaboration, we provide expertise, capability, support and capacity, financial and other resources to help deliver community-led initiatives over long-term horizons.
Our projects and activities include economic and social development, community regeneration, urban renewal, and natural capital utilisation and conservation.
We work across multiple sectors, creating transitional pathways to embed, grow and deliver social outcomes by developing the necessary building blocks for impact including:
1. Establishing a baseline of community needs
2. Identifying an economic driver as catalyst for development
3. Building a social investment framework for community outcomes
4. Developing financing mechanisms that support investment and ongoing development
5. Outcome measurement, monitoring and evaluation
Partners: Local Landowner Groups, Pacific Sterling Ltd, Basecamp Global
Project Value: US$500 Million
Economic and social infrastructure development intended to catalyse community regeneration in multiple districts, with direct and indirect social benefits for over 100,000 people. Project outcomes will include housing, renewable energy, workforce development and employment, diversity and inclusion, income diversification and natural capital conservation.
Partners: University of Fianarantsoa, Basecamp Global, Center for Infrastructure and Society, ASE PPP sarl
Project Value: US$350 Million
Prototype student housing inspired by Afro-futurism to reimagine the university campus of the future for the Universiy of Fianarantsoa and surrounding community. It is designed to address insecurity in housing, food, education, and employment for young people. This community regeneration project will eventually accommodate up to 50,000 students and community members in Fianarantsoa and potentially expand to accommodate up to 250,000 students in Madagascar.
Partners: Projects AC, Bascamp Global, Center for Infrastructure and Society
Project Value: US$10 Million
The redevelopment of housing in a barrio (urban slum) in Caracas, including a regenerative urban farming model, to address insecurity in housing, food and employment.
An Australian initiative to support the transition to regenerative agriculture practice for farmers, growers, producers, and entrepreneurial ventures, including access to transitional finance. The Initiative aims to empower the understanding and adoption of regenerative practice, as well as recognise and enrich the relationship of people to the land and the spiritual concept of connection to Country.
Partners: Abundant Earth Foundation, Upstream Studio
A global initiative seeking to integrate macro-economic development outcomes with aggregated, hyper-localised benefits, impacts and outcomes that meet community needs through increasing access to patient capital for regenerative projects.