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COSEF is the first locally domiciled impact investment company in Uganda and established by Masindi Community Foundation (MCF) that provides financing and technical assistance to SMEs with high growth potential and social impact in partnership with MCF and local angel investors as co-investors, business advisors and mentors.
Agriculture, Energy, Enterprise Development, SME
Lightbox is India's leading venture Capital Firms investing in early-stage consumer tech startups
We help investors align their values with their investments, by identifying high quality early stage deal flow of companies that stimulate positive social and environmental change.
a leading East African private equity firm focusing ... EACP have raised the ATMT Fund 1, LLC, which is a US$ 100m Fund
Communications / Media / ICT, Web, SaaS, Online Tech
I am an investor keen on investing in a lucrative, calculated viable business, either by partnership or as a financier.
Agriculture, Civic Participation, Disaster Recovery, Employment, Livelihood, Income Generation (more)
Mercy Corps sees complex global challenges as an invitation: to pioneer paths out of poverty, to forge new partnerships, to create solutions that break through entrenched challenges. But the traditional grant-based model of funding international development is limiting. It rarely promotes the flexibility and experimentation required to test new models — models that could deliver social benefit to millions of people in the developing world. Mercy Corps’ Social Venture Fund provides early-stage financing and post-investment support to create and grow scalable, self-sustaining businesses that improve people’s lives in an enduring way. We do this by pairing our deep, on-the-ground insight into local customs and markets with a unique blend of capital and targeted business expertise. Capitalized by philanthropic contributions, we structure the Mercy Corps Social Venture Fund so that our highest-potential emerging ventures receive the early-stage support needed to learn, adapt and grow. Those that demonstrate financial sustainability, social impact and scale in the proof-of-concept and acceleration phases are connected with investors for follow-on funding to reach commercial viability.
Latin America, Middle East / North Africa, Subsaharan Africa, Southeast Asia (more)
Agriculture, Distribution / Supply Chain, Employment, Livelihood, Income Generation, Financial Serv./Inclusion, Microfinance (more)