London, UK - May 20, 2022: Deep Knowledge Philanthropy, a subsidiary of Deep Knowledge Group, today announced the launch of its AI-powered Philanthropy & Impact Investing Platform, harnessing the power of big data and analytics to maximise social impact in the developing world.
Containing an open-source database of over 440 charities and NGOs, 600 businesses with purpose, 660 impact investors, the interactive platform provides industry specific data and analytics about developing countries with a focus on the African continent through an African Charities Dashboard module. The goal is to encourage transparency and accountability, as well as foster collaboration amongst key stakeholders in philanthropy and impact investing.
The platform provides a series of interactive mindmaps, offering a visualisation of the philanthropic and impact investing sectors by industry and geography. It also allows users to run advanced searches using a multi-parametric filter.
The African Charities Dashboard is an advanced tool that presents an overview of philanthropic activities and social impact in Africa. It covers the full scope of the charity and impact investing ecosystems, offering a comparative analysis of different charities, NGOs and impact startups across the continent. The African Charities Dashboard was built on the back of a comprehensive database comprising over 350 charities and NGOs, 380 startups with social impact, and 140 impact investors with operations in Africa.
Later this year, Deep Knowledge Philanthropy aims to release its Global Philanthropy & Impact Investing Platform, providing a global interactive open-source database of over 2,000 charities, 2,000 NGOs and 3,000 businesses with purpose.
About Deep Knowledge Philanthropy
Deep Knowledge Philanthropy is a data-driven non-profit project by Deep Knowledge Group committed to the support, development, and advancement of DeepTech for social good, impact philanthropy, and ethical investment, founded on the belief that DeepTech innovation is the most efficient driver of ‘social profit,’ technological humanitarianism, and societal development, and that venture philanthropy is the profitable long-term investment for individuals, national economies, and humanity itself.