Too much of a good thing in Kenya?

A new report on “The State of Social Impact Investing in Kenya” suggests that a growing number of impact investors, many of them

AgDevCo invests in Tanzanian hydro project

No, the project doesn’t represent a shift for the agriculture-focused impact investor. The 1.5-megawatt Suma Hydro project in southwest Tanzania will power a

AgDevCo re-ups with Zambian farming venture

Katito Farming Enterprises aims to increase local agricultural production and processing in northern Zambia and to connect smallholder farmers to regional export markets. AgDevCo,

Metro migration

City populations are growing and rural populations are shrinking. By 2030, 60% of the world’s people will live in cities; by 2050, the

Lateral Capital joins Capria Network

Capria, which launched its acceleration program for new impact fund managers in 2015, has added two more funds to its network. Lateral Capital, a

AgDevCo backs Rwanda’s Uzima Chicken

The impact investor, which focuses on early-stage agri-businesses in Africa, made a $3 million equity investment in Uzima. The company sells a breed of