Tomohiro Hamakawa

About Tomohiro Hamakawa

Tomo is a seasoned development professional having lived and worked in various corners of the world from the Tibetan plateau, Indian drylands, Indonesias tropics, to Japanese metropolises. He has extensive field experience working for international and local development NGOs across Asia and Africa, including Kopernik, the Children's Investment Fund Foundation, Save the Children, UNICEF, and The Bridge Fund. He was formerly an Assistant Professor at the Global Leadership Program at the University of Tokyo. Tomo is also the Co-founder and Managing Director of Earth Company.

Tomo has a BA in Social Anthropology from Harvard College, a Master in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School, and was a fellow in the Asia Pacific Leadership Program at the East-West Center. Tomo was recognized as one of the 51 Unsung Heroes of Compassion 2014 by His Holiness the Dalai Lama.


Inclusive Business Models in Water/Sanitation

09 Jun 2017

This session will focus specifically in inclusive business models in the water, hygiene and sanitation sector and delve into some of the key challenges in scaling these models as well as showcase some of the new approaches to ensure women participation in the value chain. The session will also discuss the role of corporates, impact investors and philanthropists in supporting the growth of inclusive businesses.

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