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Through its two investment vehicles, the Impact Fund and the Acceleration Facility, the Impact Programme aims to provide finance to enterprises in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia that purchase from low-income people and/or provide goods and services including healthcare, agricultural services, energy, housing, education and safe water.

This page lists the full portfolio of these investee enterprises. It also facilitates specific searches, based on region and sector.

14 Trees

Impact Accelerator
East Africa | Energy
14Trees aims to accelerate the production and commercialisation of Durabric – an environmentally-friendly, affordable alternative to traditional clay burnt bricks. The brick-making process saves up to 14 trees per house and reduces greenhouse gas emissions.

Africa Improved Foods

Impact Accelerator
East Africa | Manufacturing
Africa Improved Foods aims to address malnutrition in Africa. Manufacturing facilities in Rwanda and Ethiopia will produce low-cost, nutrient-rich food with locally-sourced raw materials.

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DFID Impact Fund,(Injaro)
West Africa | Agriculture
Agricare produces high quality animal and poultry feed for smallholder and commercial-sized farmers in order to boost the productivity and output of its customers.


DFID Impact Fund,(Injaro)
West Africa | Agriculture
Alheri provides high quality seeds to smallholder farmers. By supplying these seeds and improving crop yields, it aims to catalyse the social economic development of the local people by boosting employment, diversifying crops and improving food security.


DFID Impact Fund,(Insitor)
South Asia | Finance
Alliance for Microfinance provides loans and savings products to micro-business owners. They offer a range of financial services and education to unbanked entrepreneurs, particularly women.

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Bridge International Academies

DFID Impact Fund,(Novastar)
East Africa | Education
Bridge aims to expanding access to affordable high-quality primary education for poor families in Kenya and beyond.

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