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研究生:艾安禮
研究生(外文):Escobar, Andres
論文名稱:落後地區學齡前教育學校建立規劃書
論文名稱(外文):IMPCT: Early childhood education in urban slums
指導教授:尚孝純尚孝純引用關係
指導教授(外文):Shang, Shandi
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立政治大學
系所名稱:國際經營管理英語碩士學位學程(IMBA)
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:企業管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
畢業學年度:103
語文別:英文
論文頁數:58
中文關鍵詞:童齡教育都市貧民窟社會企業安親班
外文關鍵詞:Early Childhood Educationurban slumssocial enterpriseeducational daycares
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落後地區學齡前教育學校建立規劃書
Right at this moment, there are more than a hundred million kids under the age of six living in urban slums worldwide that are not receiving quality education.
Research has shown that early childhood education (E.C.E.) from zero to six years is the critical and unmet need of this century. NGOs, governments and the private sector efforts have not been enough to solve this challenge. Social enterprises may be an effective option to address this issue.
Four students in the International Master of Business Administration program of National Chengchi University decided to tackle this issue and create a social enterprise called IMPCT. Social enterprises are nonprofit or for-profit business ventures that strive to achieve a quantifiable double bottom line of financial and social returns. These ventures are financially self-sufficient.
IMPCT is built on the idea that the only viable solution to the problem of urban slum early childhood education is having safe and nurturing facilities for children to flourish in. This is currently how the developed world handles early childhood education. More privileged families can take their newborns and babies to professional facilities where they get cognitive development and proper brain stimulations. IMPCT plans to make this privilege accessible to everyone in urban slums. Real ECE facilities will be built within the community for the community by the community. The kids will receive the proper quality education and nutrition in a safe and nurturing environment.
IMPCT plans to begin the operations in August 2015 by building the first pilot school in the slums of San Salvador, El Salvador. The ultimate goal is to expand to the Central American countries, Mexico and South America reaching millions of children in the next decade.

1. Needs and current situation 1
1.1. Early Childhood Education 1
1.2. Current Situation 3
1.2.1. Micro: Early Childhood development 3
1.2.2. Macro: the missing link 4
1.3. Business Opportunity 5
1.3.1. Micro: Social Enterprises 5
1.3.2. Macro: Impact Investment Platform 6
2. Company overview 7
2.1. Mission 8
2.2. Vision 8
2.3. Objectives 8
2.3.1. Main Objective 8
2.3.2. Specific Objectives 8
2.4. Key success factors 9
2.5. Brand and service overview 11
2.5.1. IMPCT - Bringing the Necessary Capital: Human 11
2.5.2. IMPCT - Bringing the Necessary Capital: Knowledge (Building Solution) 12
2.5.3. IMPCT - Bringing the Necessary Capital: Knowledge (Curriculum) 13
2.5.4. IMPCT - Bringing the Necessary Capital Financial: Capital (Microequity) 15
2.5.5. The IMPCT Platform: A Revolutionary Microequity Platform 16
2.6. Logo 18
3. Organization structure 19
3.1. Legal entity 19
3.2. Governance 21
4. People 23
4.1. The IMPCT team 23
4.2. Key Personnel 25
4.3. Mentors 27
4.4. Supporters/partners 28
4.5. Organizational chart 29
5. Marketing Plan 30
5.1. Market Analysis 30
5.1.1. Current Market Situation 30
5.1.2. Target Market: characteristics and needs 32
5.2. Marketing Strategy 33
5.2.1. Product (service) 33
5.3. Pricing 34
5.3.1. Placement 34
5.3.2. Promotion 36
5.4. Crowdfunding Campaign 37
5.4.1. Indiegogo 37
5.4.2. Strategy 38
5.4.3. Results 39
6. Competitive Analysis 42
6.1. Competitors 42
6.2. Alternatives 44
7. Social Impact assessment 47
7.1. Social impact 47
7.2. Assessment 47
8. Risks 50
8.1. Major risks 50
8.2. How they are mitigated 51
9. Conclusion 55
10. Bibliography 56


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