Given the complexities of the challenges in the world today, there is a need more than ever for collective action, systemic and transformational change, leveraging diverse and innovative resources. New cross-sector models for collaboration are necessary to address the challenges of our increasingly complex world and to innovate and co-create solutions that transform lives.
Asia P3 Hub builds multi-sector partnerships in 4 ways
We help communities with specific needs source for solutions and necessary funding
We co-create scalable solutions with resource partners to solve persistent problems
We provide organisations access to the base of the pyramid (BOP) with solutions such as market entry studies, data collection & product testing
We help cultivate the multi-sector ecosystem through keynote events, networking opportunities, and co-creation labs
We incubate multi-sector initiatives by taking our stakeholders through our
Combinatorial Innovation process
230 million of Asia Pacific population do not have access to improved water sources.
1.34 billion of Asia Pacific population do not have access to improved sanitation.
Asia P3 Hub commissioned a Market Study to guide our strategic priorities on countries, technical water sectors and services offered. Water, sanitation and hygiene are our initial focus areas to pilot our multi-sector partnership approach to solve these issues collectively.
Senior WASH & Partnership Advisor
Innovative Programmes Lead
Frodo Van Oostveen
Asia P3 Hub is the place to connect with like-minded people that believe in partnerships with impact.
We believe that ideas for the base-of-the-pyramid can only flourish when new innovation is co-created through a collaborative ecosystem of like-minded stakeholders that are highly passionate in solving a painful problem.
Innovation and "out-of-the-box" thinking is part of Kohler Co.'s DNA. We are happy and honoured to support Asia P3 Hub wholeheartedly and congratulate the founding team, all participants and contributors to a successful launch.
I didn't know that the term "combinatorial innovation" existed until I joined the Hub, but I love using it now as it really reflects my general philosophy that it's only by combining our shared resources that we can ignite new ideas and new ways to alleviate poverty.
I am more inspired about the change that we can make collectively to ensure the world is a better and more sustainable place, after working with Asia P3 Hub and meeting like minded stakeholders operating in this field.
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