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Past Projects

This pages houses past projects Social Value UK has been a part of.

Sprint Project

The Social Protection Innovative Investment in Long-Term Care (SPRINT) project which aims to “give meaning to the concept of social investment as applied to long-term care provision.” Funded by the European Union, SPRINT brings together 12 organisations from 11 countries to explore various issues surrounding long-term care (LTC). SPRINT aims to foster a deeper understanding of how social investment can be used to enhance welfare in LTC, and how different delivery approaches can enhance social value generation. This learning will be used to inform policy level reforms, delivery approaches and enhance innovation more generally within care-related social investment.

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Know Your Impact

The project is being implemented by Koç University Social Impact Forum (KUSIF) together with Mikado Sustainable Development Consulting, Estonian Social Enterprise Network (SEV) and Social Value UK. Overall objective of this project is strengthening social entrepreneurship as a sustainable and reliable model to solve social problems. Our specific objective is equipping social entrepreneurs to become more impactful through improving their capacity on social impact analysis. Our strategy is to create an awareness among social entrepreneurs and eco-system developers, to increase access to knowledge by developing materials in native languages, and to increase skills of social entrepreneurs by providing training and coaching programmes.

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