More than 251 million people could be driven to extreme poverty in the next ten years, bringing the total number of people in poverty to one billion by 2030. The World Bank affirms that the pandemic is neutralizing "all gains made to alleviate poverty since 2017."
While governments may be responsible for creating the right conditions and legislation to address growing inequality, corporations like SAP are in a unique positon to contrbute. SAP has spent more than a decade inspiring, accelerating, and scaling the work of social entreprenuers. We will continue investing in social entreprenuership as the world works together to address the COVID-19 recovery and inequity. We believe in the power of business, particularly social enterprises and nonprofits, to help change the narrative, solve social issues and trigger systemic change through innovation.
ACCELERATING NONPROFITS AND SOCIAL ENTERPRISES
AND SOCIAL ENTERPRISES TO
RUN AT THEIR BEST