Small logo Subscribe to leading news on impact investing. Learn More
The Brief Originals Dealflow Signals The Impact Alpha Impact Voices Podcasts Agents of Impact Open
What's Next Measure Better Investing in Racial Equity Beyond Aid Beyond Trade-offs Impact en las Americas New Revivalists Women Rising in India Operation Impact
Smarter Money Women Rising 2030 Finance Locavesting Inclusive Economy Regeneration Impact Tech New Power Geographies
Slack Conference Calls Events Contribute
The Archive ImpactSpace The Accelerator Selection Tool Network Map
About Us FAQ Calendar Pricing and Payment Policy Privacy Policy Terms of Service Agreement Contact Us
Industry News Impact Management Good Business Personal Finance Faith and investing Billionaires
Gender Lens Investing Women Rising in India
SDGs Climate Finance Clean Energy Innovative Finance Full Stack Capital Long-termism
Opportunity Zones Investing in place
Entrepreneurship Return on Inclusion Good Jobs Inclusive Fintech Creative economy Housing New Schooled Well Being People on the Move
Conservation Finance Farmer Finance Financing Fish
Blockchain/AI/IoT Urban Tech Food Tech Inclusive Fintech
Human Rights Democracy and Peace News and Information
Africa Asia Europe Latin America Middle East Oceania/Australia China Canada India United Kingdom United States Growth Markets
Subscribe Log In

SEAF women’s fund backs education company Dream Viet Education

ImpactAlpha, October 29 – Washington, D.C.-based impact investor SEAF has invested an undisclosed amount in Vietnamese online education provider Dream Viet Education.

Dream Viet Education operates two platforms—Kyna and Kyna for Kids. Kyna offers training courses for adults and parents on everything from soft work skills to parenting instruction, while Kyna for Kids offers school-aged kids lessons in English and mathematics. In total, Dream Viet Education has developed and published 560 courses.

SEAF, which stands for Small Enterprise Assistance Funds, made the investment through its Women’s Opportunity Fund, a partnership with the Australian government’s Investing in Women initiative. The fund invests $1 million to $2.5 million in women-led businesses in the Philippines, Vietnam and Indonesia.

SEAF views the investment in Dream Viet Education as an impact play in women’s economic empowerment because the company provides “training and education for busy working mothers.” In March, the Women’s Opportunity Fund fund backed another Vietnamese company: maternal and infant care center Phuong Chau.

You might also like...