ARUN invests in the social entrepreneurs in the developing countries, based on a fund capitalized by Japanese individuals and corporate partners. ARUN connects entrepreneurs and investors through investment activities, aiming to create “meaningful money” flow of investments that contribute to a sustainable and rich society where we all live together, and to build a platform to lead the social investment market.
In ARUN’s first Impact Report, relevant IRIS metrics ID numbers are indicated.
Other Impact Measurement Tools
ARUN’s impact assessment is process-oriented. We analyze the logical model of the investee’s mission and objectives as well as the stakeholders. Departing from the mission, objectives and the means of achieving the mission can be identified. Possible impacts, which need special attention, at each stage are identified as monitoring metrics. ARUN also considers all stakeholders in the value chain such as local suppliers or employees must be equally the stakeholders for impact assessment.