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We believe in giving disadvantaged communities in low-income countries our backing & belief. When you invest with us, we place your capital with over 800 partner organisations who lend these people financial & other support to build businesses, sustain their communities & help protect the planet.

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If you are a mid-stage, revenue-generating inclusive finance, agri-business or renewable energy venture, looking for equity or debt funding to drive social/environmental impact in sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, LatAm, or central & eastern Europe, please see our financing criteria.

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Cooperatives supporting fruit farmers in northern Patagonia

PAI-newsitem-2.jpg10 August | 17 Herminio Antonio Urrutia is 61 years old and has been a member of the fruit-growers’ cooperative Primera Cooperativa Frutícola in Argentina’s northern Patagonia for over 20 years, or as he puts it: “Ever since I started my own business!” full story

Oikocredit in the Guardian on Renewable Energy

26 August | 16 Investing in off-grid renewables in the developing world: what you need to know full story

Blog

  1. Egyptian social enterprise addresses gender equality at its roots

    15 May 2017 11:15 - by Archie Pearson

    Egyptian social enterprise addresses gender equality at its roots
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    One family's entrepreneurial journey out of poverty using social impact investing

    30 March 2017 22:28 - by Monica Middleton

    One family's entrepreneurial journey out of poverty using social impact investing
  3. International Women’s Day and the potency of gender lens impact investing

    8 March 2017 08:30 - by Monica Middleton

    International Women’s Day and the potency of gender lens impact investing