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    Post and Courier: Haley expands effort to save infants Nurse-Family Partnership helping poor moms in rural S.C. to get another $30M

    January 1, 2016
    Post and Courier: Haley expands effort to save infants Nurse-Family Partnership helping poor moms in rural S.C. to get another $30M
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    DC Water and Sewer Authority Launches Nation's First Environmental Impact Bond

    September 29, 2016

    On September 29, the DC Water and Sewer Authority issued the nation’s first Environmental Impact Bond. This $25 million bond issuance funded the initial green infrastructure installation in DC Water’s Clean Rivers Project – a project that aims to reduce combined sewage overflows (CSOs) into the Anacostia River, Potomac River, and Rock Creek tributaries. ...

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    Washington Post: A strikingly new approach to social problems

    February 16, 2016

    The launch of two GPL-assisted Pay for Success projects in South Carolina and Connecticut was featured in the Washington Post. The South Carolina project aims to improve maternal and prenatal health for low-income, first-time mothers, and the Connecticut project expands substance abuse and parenting support services for families involved in the child welfare system....

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    Urban Institute: How Denver Is Breaking the Homelessness-Jail Cycle

    March 20, 2019

    The Urban Institute published a feature on the GPL's Permanent Supportive Housing project in Denver. The feature explains how former Program Director Tyler Jaeckel and other stakeholders helped the City set up a social impact bond to build 160 new units of housing for the homeless and includes quotes from residents and photos of their new homes. Read the feature ...

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