11 July 2018 – For the second year we are now supporting ARMMAN’s scale-up to reach ~900,000 women (i.e. ~60% projected pregnancies) in Delhi slum areas and their important work to reduce maternal and child mortality and illness in India. ARMMAN’s leverages technology to share educative information with pregnant women and new mothers through the mobile phone. The information, shared through the mobile phone, covers areas such as dietary advice, and health issues (i.e. treatment of baby cholera – a common cause of infant mortality).
In September 2023, we invested in Jackfruit Finance. Across most African markets, private schooling is prevalent amongst low-income populations, du
We are happy to share our 2022 Impact Report, which sheds light on the impact our portfolio companies have created the past year and beyond. Click her
We are extending a loan to Somo Africa, an accelerator that targets micro and small business owners in Nairobi’s slum areas. Our loan will be direct